Press Release: Rare Arts and Crafts house on market
Wed 27 Oct 2010
A notable house in the Arts and Crafts style, much lauded by Sir John Betjeman, has come onto the market in exclusive Campden Hill Square, Kensington, with a price tag of 2,985,000.
The five bedroom house was built by the renowned architect TP Figgis, who was famous in his day for designing many Northern line tube stations such as Stockwell, Oval, Kennington, Elephant and Castle and Borough.
Marsh & Parsons selling agent Craig Tonkin said: "The house is situated in a quiet, elevated position in a much sought after square. The interior is bathed with natural light and it has a modern open feel to it."
The family home has five bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms and a mature garden. It is minutes from the open spaces of Holland Park.
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