Underfloor heated home offered on celebrity street
A seven-bedroom property with underfloor heating installed has become available on a London road well-known for its famous faces. The luxury home is based on Hamilton Terrace, where writer Thomas Hardy, actress Honor Blackman, artist William Strang and Brian Johnston, the celebrated cricket commentator, have all lived at one time.
The expansive property has no need to rely on its famed location, however, with unrivalled features of its own to grab property buyers’ attention. Along with the cutting-edge underfloor heating system, it also boasts its own gym, indoor heated swimming pool, spa and a dedicated sports area that can be used as basketball court or a football pitch as required.
The home dates back to the Victorian era, and it’s within easy walking distance from Lord’s Cricket ground. Now available on the market for £19 million, the extensive property has a perfectly manicured garden, making it ideal to host outdoor parties.
Along with the multiple bedrooms, the property features a sitting room, study, dining room and open plan kitchen and breakfast area. Five bathrooms are also included, along with a utility room, media room, games room and accommodation for staff.
The 130 square feet of gardens can be accessed via glass doors that stretch from the floor to ceiling, with a spacious garage for storing cars. The property is secured with a gated driveway.
The home was designed by the award-winning architectural firm KSR, while its interiors were created by Iggi Interior Design & Architecture’s Susan White.