Architect Richard Norman Shaw Designed Property Sells in Totteridge
Situated on Totteridge Common in the leafy suburbs of Totteridge, North London, this substantial, imposing property, is a wonderful example of Queen Ann Style architecture, designed by the Renowned British Architect Richard Norman Shaw.
The Impressive Grade II listed detached property, built circa 1877, offers over 12,000 sq ft of accommodation over three floors, plus basement, is set within approximately 5 acres of beautiful south facing gardens and grounds.
Offered by Statons Totteridge office, the property is presented as a development opportunity, with potential to create either a fine family home or for conversion to apartments (subject to the necessary planning consent).
The Architect, known as Norman Shaw, was active during the late Victorian and Edwardian eras and responsible for buildings such as the ‘Norman Shaw Buildings’ on London’s embankment, originally built as the new headquarters of the Metropolitan Police, and the first location to be known as ‘New Scotland Yard’. The two buildings are now used as parliamentary offices.
Norman Shaw was also responsible for the Piccadilly Hotel in Piccadilly Circus London and a great many other projects in London and the home counties.
The property is now sold, but for further information please contact Statons Estate Agents in Totteridge.