As the name would suggest, this delightful Grade II listed period home was originally a Bank - apparently Stanmore's first - but across the cultural spectrum, other worthy residents of the 20th Century have even included the famous musician Chris Rea. Today, in the high tech 21st Century, The Bank House has been the pride and joy of the present owners for some 30 years but sadly, with a heavy heart our clients have decided it's now time to move on. Being subject to recent refurbishments to both the kitchen and family bathroom, internal viewing is highly recommended to be fully appreciated.
Approaching 2,000 sq ft over two floors (with a cellar below), this three bedroom, two bathroom period gem has much to offer, including a spacious front reception; dining room; conservatory and a kitchen/breakfast room which opens onto an enchanting bijoux style "sun trap" patio, currently complimented by a fine array of potted plants!
Rich in heritage, this lovely home stands on the west side of Stanmore Hill, directly opposite the park. Stanmore itself is a leafy, tranquil suburb in North-West London situated between Edgware and Bushey. The last stop on the Jubilee line, a journey to Bond Street from Stanmore takes just 31 minutes. As an area, Stanmore boasts an abundance of greenery, charming commons and acres of Green Belt. It is one of North West London's most desirable areas due to its boutique cafes, shopping facilities and location to prominent state and private schools - including Haberdashers' Aske's, North London Collegiate, St. Margaret's, and Stanmore College.