• Medium  mg 9871 Freehold

#SOLD# This outstanding grade ii* listed house, built circa 1688, was the former home of the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the novelist and play wright, J B Priestley. it is one of Highgate’s best known buildings.

The property is one of six Restoration houses built in a commanding
situation on the western brow of Highgate Hill, one of the highest points in London.

Built of traditional brick and timber construction by
William Blake, with later additions, circa 1930, by Paget and Seely, it provides generous family accommodation of 6,728 sq. ft. (625 sq. m.) over four floors. The superb interior, which has been sensitively restored and modernised, includes
wonderful paneled rooms, a particularly fine staircase and the “Coleridge Room”.

All of the principal rear rooms overlook the glorious west facing landscaped garden and command uninterrupted views over Hampstead Heath and beyond.