Showcasing Godfrey London’s new Hampstead development, Netherhall Gardens.
A listed mansion that sheltered Jewish families fleeing from Nazi Germany has been converted into 14 grand period apartments in North London. The Victorian property at 14 Netherhall Gardens was owned by Otto Schiff, who moved to Mayfair with his wife, leaving the house to shelter persecuted families. Afterwards, the house was owned by a trust, but developer Godfrey London has created two to five bedroom apartments set in landscaped gardens designed by Chelsea Flower Show gold medallist Kate Gould.
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