With the release of Hampstead, featuring Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson The Daily Telegraph take a closer look into the Hampstead property market. The affluent London area known for its green space and blue plaques, is now a top target for developers.
Godfrey London’s Hampstead projects are both conversions of existing buildings. Otto Schiff House on Netherhall Gardens, a stone’s throw from where the Freud family lived, is the former home of the philanthropist known as Britain’s Oskar Schindler. Apartments in the redeveloped 1880s house start from £2.4 million for two bedrooms. The other, 11 Fitzjohn’s Avenue, will be unveiled next year.
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