Maximalist and grand, this impeccable two-bedroom split-level flat in West Hampstead is made to relax in comfort and style.

Dynham Road, West Hampstead, 2 Bed. Flat

£725,000

Under offer

BRICKWORKS SAYS

No corner has been left untouched in this glorious two-bedroom, first-floor flat in West Hampstead. From the natural, wooden herringbone flooring (with acoustic underlay) and top-notch fixtures and fittings – to the ceiling roses, coving and fireplaces, everything has been reinstated with luxury and practicality in mind.

Split-level, means you’re living over three floors. The first has a sleek, monochrome kitchen with plenty of worktop space. Up a half flight of stairs, you’ll find the fabulous principal bedroom and bathroom, with underfloor heating (and soundproofing), plus the elegant living room. The next set of stairs leads to the pretty top-floor bedroom, which is currently used as a home office (with a CAT6 ethernet built-in) but could easily be a large, guest bedroom.

In addition, there’s planning permission in place for another full floor with an additional bathroom and large roof terrace if you’re looking for space to grow.

Dynham Road is a fantastic spot slap bang in the centre of West Hampstead and Kilburn. Both neighbourhoods are bursting with places to discover, including local favourites Sarracino, an Italian restaurant, the historic Black Lion pub and Wired Coffee. The delights of Hampstead Heath and Primrose Hill are also within reach.

THE OWNERS SAY

We have really enjoyed transforming this flat from something that hadn't been touched for 30 years into a much-loved home. We have tried to keep the property respectful of its Victorian roots but we've added plenty of modern flourishes.

The area is a great place for people who want to escape the busyness of London but want easy access to all the central areas. Kilburn Grange Park is within three minutes' walking distance and is great for picnics. Plus, you're very close to the bars and restaurants of West End Lane, as well as the Kiln Theatre on Kilburn High Street.

POINTS TO CONSIDER

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC):
Current Energy Rating C. Potential Energy Rating C.

Council Tax:
The property falls into Band D (£2,010.57 in 2023/24) in the borough of Camden.

Utilities:
Monthly costs are £35 for electricity, £50 for gas, and £37 for water. These figures are approximate and naturally change seasonally during the year.

Tenure:
Leasehold with approximately 179 years left on the lease.

Service charge:
£683.87 per year, paid quarterly.

Ground rent:
£0

Neighbours:
In the building, there are two flats in total.

Recent work:
The current owners have completely overhauled the property with new plumbing and electrics, including CAT 6 ethernet throughout, re-plastered walls and ceilings, real wood flooring with acoustic underlay, new radiators, and a new kitchen and bathroom. The bathroom wall next to the living room has been soundproofed, the bathroom has underfloor heating, and the kitchen floor has a plastic tanking foundation beneath its tiles for extra protection. There’s a Google Nest heating system, Hello Nest doorbell, new double-glazed wooden windows, loft insulation, new switches and light fittings throughout, as well as the installation of coving, architraves, skirting boards, ceiling roses and fireplaces.

Getting around:
Dynham Road is located a five-minute walk from the West Hampstead links (Thameslink, Overground and Underground), while Kilburn (Jubilee Line) and Kilburn Park (Bakerloo Line) are short walks in the other direction. This mix of options makes getting around town super simple.

Onward plans:
The current owners have loved living in West Hampstead for over 15 years and are ready for a new adventure south of the river.

Anything else:
Planning permission and council approval to extend into the loft (currently used as storage), including a large roof terrace, are valid until July 2025. Drawings of the approved design can be provided on request.

THE LEGAL BIT

While we strive to create true-to-life photographs, floor plans and descriptions, our marketing material is only a guide. Purchasers should always visit in person, ask relevant questions and triple-check details. Brickworks takes our duty of care incredibly seriously and takes all reasonable steps to ensure all presented information is correct. However, we sometimes rely on the accuracy of the information provided to us by the seller and others. Also, please note that we often round up/down total floor plan measurements and/or use approximate distances.

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Explore North West London
landmarks

1 Kiln Theatre

A community venue with an international vision, the Kiln Theatre puts on productions that represent a wide-range of topics and experiences, reflective of the diversity of the borough. The cinema is also excellent, with carefully curated films; new and old, as well as RSC and NT screenings too. It's a superb, cultural resource to have on your doorstep.

2 Sarracino

This classic Italian restaurant in the heart of West Hampstead has been a local institution for over twenty years. It is no-frills but brilliantly done with excellent ingredients and warm, friendly service. If we had the chance, we would go most days of the week.

3 The Gallary Bar

For anyone who loves whisky, this place offers 101 reasons to check it out. This stellar neighbourhood haunt has a basement room, cocktail nights and weekend DJs. It is always buzzing, sometimes a little chaotic, but still the best place around for a night out.

4 Queens Park

Family-friendly Queens Park is a beautiful Victorian green space with plenty to explore. Littluns can have a whale of a time in the sandpit or at the petting zoo, although adults get their fair share of the field, too: an area to play pétanque, tennis courts, and the Nomad open-air cinema in the summer.

5 Paddington Recreation Ground

Recognised as the first public athletics space of its kind in London, the Paddington Rec has a pretty decent claim to fame, and the facilities have grown over time. Today, there are 13 tennis courts, a 400-meter athletics track (refurbished in 2012), cricket nets, artificial football pitches, a hockey pitch, a bowling green and (deep breath) a gym. Set out over 27 acres, it's a superb local resource.