Grade 2 Listed House
Few Grade II* homes can boast a stunning view of Hampstead Heath at the bottom of the yard. However, one of this home's key selling points is the fact that it is priced at a cool £25 million.
This London Merchant's house was built around 1714, within a one-acre estate with a view of Hampstead Heath. Squires Mount is an impressive historic residence in the heart of Hampstead Village.
It’s encircled by a picturesque courtyard concealed behind sturdy security gates and offers breathtaking views of Hampstead Heath and Hampstead Village.
Squires Mount House is a house in England located on Squire's Mount and is situated nearby to The Cottage and the former writers and authors, Katherine Mansfield and John Middleton Murry.
Thanks to realtors Wayne & Silver, the magnificent early 18th-century property is now formally up for sale after being off the market for 50 years.
The estate, which can be reached via a cobbled driveway with space for several cars, includes the 8,000 square foot main Manor House, a separate three-bedroom house that is almost 2,500 square feet in size, as well as a smaller one-bed apartment for visitors or staff, a swimming pool complex, garages, and expansive gardens.
The estate also includes Chestnut Lodge, which has a long lease, in addition to the main house.
The main house includes a wonderful library with views of the gardens, eight well-sized bedrooms split over four stories, and other features. There is a drawing room, a sizable kitchen, and a dining room.
In contrast to the serene green open expanses of the Heath, Squires Mount is situated close to a variety of amenities in Hampstead Village and I t is not too far from Hampstead Underground Station.
Although the Domesday Book (1086) and a bequest made by King Ethelred the Unready to the abbey of St. Peter's at Westminster (AD 986) contain early mentions of Hampstead, the neighbourhood's history can mainly be attributed to the 17th century.
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