A rare opportunity to purchase an innovative Ted Levy designed house, favourably featured in the Architectural Review immediately after completion in 1975. Aptly named ‘Studio House’ to reflect the ingenious planning which ties three bedrooms and bathrooms to form a spectacular three-storey high living-space with a Corbusier inspired spiral stair at its heart. A full width bi-fold doors opens the living room onto a secluded private garden. The living space extends to include an optional ‘study’ room and an additional multi-purpose mezzanine room on the first st floor overlooking the living area. Further comprising guest ground floor w.c., with two bathrooms on the upper floors. Benefitting from desired views over Hornsey Vale and Alexandra Palace. All the rooms have been sensitively upgraded to modern standards of lighting and heating. The original garage has been converted into an architect-designed home-work space with its curved wall matched by a curved ceiling and north facing windows, perfect for an office, artist’s studio or music room. Ideally positioned for Queens & Highgate woods and Highgate Tube with both Muswell Hill and Crouch End broadways within a short walk away. We highly recommend an early viewing.
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