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De Beauvoir Square

£6250 per month
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Property description

Built in 1840 this elegant early Victorian townhouse has recently undergone an extensive and complete refurbishment and has been sensitively restored so that the house now benefits from exquisite retrieved and reinstated features; marble fireplaces, original style windows with restored zinc glazing bars, working shutters and ornate cornice work and ceiling roses. The property has an understated mix of character and comtempory detailing. There is a stunning bespoke hand made kitchen with fully intergrated appliances which boasts a Everhot Oven and a fantastic double ceramic sink unit. The master bedroom is on the second floor with its own walk in cupboard and large sumptuous bathroom. On the lower ground there is a snug room which can also act as a 5th bedroom. This floor could also make a perfect living space for an Au pair or Grumpy teenager. The property also benefits from a beautiful private 58ft professionally landscaped rear garden which will be regularly maintained by the Benyon Estate gardener.This stunning home is fitted with the highest quality fixtures and fittings throughout thoughtfully chosen by an interior design company who have played an integral part in delivering a wonderful home.

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Life on The Benyon Estate

It’s become a bit Hackneyed (an appropriate pun) to describe an area of London as a “village” but, time and time again, our tenants say that’s precisely what this is. Thanks to the town-planning, or the financial constraints, of the Benyon family back in the 19th century, the density of the housing on our streets – especially when compared with neighbouring Islington – is very low. That space, the greenery afforded by the front gardens – especially during the spring when the blossom trees bloom – added to the lack of Tube station means that the area is quieter, greener and altogether more off-radar, than other areas of Zone 2.

Some of our tenants have been with us all their lives; some have met and married and started families here; others are here just for a few years. However long they remain, we want all our tenants to feel completely at home here. We welcome everyone including families with young children, who have dogs or other pets, professionals with busy lives and older people who appreciate the friendly community and easily-accessible shops and amenities.

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Residential Property

Jacquie Campbell, a housing professional, and her husband Neal, have lived in a two-bedroom maisonette on De Beauvoir Road since August 2013. Their son, Oliver, also lived with them at first, when he wasn’t away studying at university, but now lives with friends nearby.

“Previously we were living just a few streets south in a smart modern flat overlooking the canal. It was a lovely flat, but it wasn’t really me,” explains Jacquie. “We’ve always lived in period properties and I really couldn’t bear being without a garden. From the moment we moved in, I felt much more at home here.”

Jacquie originally heard about The Benyon Estate through contacts who were happy tenants. “I work in housing so am well aware of the difference between a good landlord and a bad one. When I heard about Benyon properties, I was intrigued to find out more.” She approached The Benyon Estate to see if anything was available; there was just one property which was about to undergo a refurbishment. “When I first saw it, it was a building site. But I took it straight away on the strength of the position and the garden. What we didn’t know then was that the quality of the finished refurbishment would be so high. And the support we get from the estate is second to none.”