5 of the most expensive Islington properties

With the average house price at a staggering £859,175, Islington Now have done some house hunting and found the five most expensive properties on offer in Islington. Get ready for some eye-watering figures.

1. City Road, London, EC1V. Anton Page: £11,500,000.

Situated on the 26th floor, this open plan 3000 square foot penthouse in Old Street boasts four bedrooms and bathrooms, with floor to ceiling windows throughout.

Sunbathe on the roof terrace, cook up a storm or even sit in the bath while taking in the bright lights of London’s skyline. Or maybe just pop to the pool, gym, spa or cinema…

Credit: Anton Page
Credit: Anton Page

2. Britton Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1M. Hamptons: £7,999,950.

It’s all in the name with this Grade II listed ‘Infinity House’: step inside to six bedrooms, six bathrooms, two roof terraces, an indoor swimming pool, cinema and sauna.

Shortlisted in the Sunday Times British Homes Awards 2016, it is situated in prime central Clerkenwell. But if busy London life gets too much, just delve into your own wine cellar.

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3. Myddelton Square, Islington, London, EC1R. Knight Frank: £6,000,000.

This Grade II listed five bedroom house was transformed in 2012/13 and went on to win the category for best ‘regeneration’ at the International Design and Architectural Awards 2014.

Furnished with smoked oak floors and glass doors opening up into an immaculate garden, it is a combination of period detailing and modern decor.

Credit: Knight Frank
Credit: Knight Frank

4. Duncan Terrace, Islington, London, N1. Savills: £5,950,000.

Hidden behind Camden passage in a conservation area, this Grade II listed terraced house boasts a bit of quiet in the heart of Islington. Pop across the road into a leafy square, or to the shops which are just a stone’s throw away.

The first floor’s floor expands out through into a private garden, giving the kitchen natural light. On the upper floor are five bedrooms and two bedrooms, extending further upwards onto a roof terrace.

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5. Highbury Place, Highbury, London, N5. Savills: £5,395,000.

Arranged over five floors, this beautiful Georgian house overlooks the 33 acres of Highbury Fields.

With six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a conservatory and a south-facing landscaped garden, this is the ideal family home.

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These figures were found on RightMove.co.uk from the 6th-12th of March 2017.