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“Home should be the treasure chest of living”

- Le Corbusier

There’s something deeply reassuring about the Victorian terraced houses which define Queen’s Park.  The tree-lined streets, the consistency of the exteriors, the sense of community.


Originally these were houses where the Victorian middle-class spent time with their families after a long working day - in an era when London was revelling in its post-industrial prominence.

Over a century later, from the outside at least, very little has changed.  But as Queen’s Park has increased in both popularity and prestige, what lies behind these ubiquitous facades has evolved to incorporate style and individuality.

The rarer finds, houses where children have been raised, memories created and laughter shared, are also homes which have an authenticity which you can feel from the moment you step through the front door.

Homes like Crediton Road.  In the same ownership for the past twenty two years, it's been extended, updated and altered to accommodate the ever changing needs of a family.  It benefits from an energy which is hard to reproduce, emanating from spaces that have been genuinely well loved.

Crediton Road is a quiet, tree lined street moments from the amenities of both Queen’s Park and Chamberlayne Road.  The open spaces of Queen’s Park are 550m away, and offer tennis courts, a pitch and putt golf course, a small farm, a children’s play area, and café.  Kensal Rise Overground station is 400m away, and provides easy access to central London and beyond.

Accommodation & Amenities

Principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom | 4 further bedrooms | 2 further bathrooms (one en-suite) | Reception room | Library | Open plan kitchen/ dining/ family room | Utility room

Mature, south-west facing garden, extending to nearly 100ft | Wine Cellar | Storage Cellar | Residents permit parking + guest parking vouchers | Video entryphone | Gaggenau kitchen appliances | Sonos/ Bose sound system

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