House for sale in Highgate High Street, Highgate, N6 5 (ref: 263508)Shortlist
- Grade II listed building - circa 1897
- Sought-after village location
- Unique freehold opportunity/investment
- Mixed use - A1 with residential above
- Private garden
- Hampstead Heath
- Excellent schools
- Transport links to The City
What it's got?
There is also a delightful private rear a garden with large storage shed. The High Street comprises a mix of uses with a variety of shops, cafes and eateries. This particular shop has traded for many years offering a design-led interior service, homeware and bespoke furniture, and appears well suited for this type of use. Local amenities include Hampstead Heath and Waterlow Park, and the area is well served by numerous bus routes. Highgate (Northern Line) Underground Station is within close proximity.
Highgate borders Hampstead Heath, which gives residents access to wide open space and a sense of the countryside right on the doorstep.
Highgates architecturally appealing housing stock largely attracts affluent professionals, City workers and families that have worked their way up through the North West London property ranks. Once you get past the views, there is bags of period charm, a modern arts scene and great transport links.
Highgate has an attractive and historical centre called Pond Square, which is a large open space with places to sit. It is the main centre for events such as the Highgate Summer Fair and the much-loved Christmas carol concert. From here, locals visit Highgates cosy cafés and cool bars.
The Gatehouse is more than just a pub, with a well-propped bar, a restaurant and Highgates fringe theatre - Upstairs at the Gatehouse - on the top floor. Other pubs in N6 include The Red Lion and Sun, and The Flask Tavern, the latter of which is a notable traditional pub with wooden beams, fireplaces, bottle-glass windows and a labyrinth of snug rooms.
As well as the excellent gastropubs that cater for the smart set; Highgate residents loosen up by heading to The Boogaloo on Archway Road - the place to be for live music and the occasional big-name band playing a secret gig.
Highgate has great local transport links and the Tube services from its eponymous tube station take under 20 minutes to reach the heart of the West End. For car owners, Highgate is situated on the A1 leading to Islington in the south and the M1 in the north, making it an excellent choice for getting in and out of the capital. Local bus routes are numerous and frequent to the West End and surrounding areas of North London.
The multi-purpose arts venue - Jacksons Lane Arts Centre - is set within a Grade II listed former church. Its programme of events features theatre, childrens shows, workshops, performances and evening classes. A remarkable collection of paintings including masterpieces by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Turner and Gainsborough can be found within the confines of the elegant Kenwood House on nearby Hampstead Lane.
Ever-popular Hampstead Heath borders directly with Highgate and stretches across nearly 800 acres, taking in woodlands, playing fields and wild meadows. In warmer weather the Hampstead Ponds are perfect for a refreshing dip, while the commanding heights of Parliament Hill provide a popular destination for kite-fliers when the wind is whipping. Even more green space is available to the east of Highgate, with popular walking trails in Highgate Wood and Queens Wood.
For golfers, Highgate boasts one of the few private membership London golf clubs that allow non-members to play (players with a handicap welcome Monday to Friday, and only when accompanied by a member at weekends).
Where it is?
Surrounded by green spaces and with hilltop views across London, Highgate High Street is one of the Capitals cherished gems. Distinguished names are
attracted to live and work here with direct connections to the City yet with the pleasures of
Hampstead Heath, Highgate Woods and Waterlow Park on the doorstep
What the owner says...
Located in a prime position in the heart of Highgate High Street within the Conservation Area.
84 is on the South facing side by Le Pain Quotidien and GAILS with a variety of local businesses
along the High Street including bookshops, pubs, butchers, beauty salons, art galleries and
fashion, in addition to a selection of attractive restaurants.
Stamp Duty Due
Based on a sale price of £1,150,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
Last updated: The calculators have been updated following the introduction of a stamp duty holiday until 31st March 2021.
* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.
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- Status: Available
- Reference: 263508
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