Set within generous grounds lined with mature trees No. 39 occupies an imposing corner position along Hampstead’s grandest avenue and makes a positive contribution to the Fitzjohn’s Netherhall Conservation Area.
Our proposals celebrate the rich architectural details of the original 19th century dwelling through a sensitive refurbishment, extension and conversion into luxurious well-appointed accommodation.
Described as Kilburn’s ‘green lung’, Kilburn Grange Park provides a magnificent backdrop to the area’s finest new address.
Park Place will provide a selection of luxurious one, two and three-bedroom apartments. The embodiment of modern London living, the interiors are immaculately detailed.
Award winning landscape designers Randle Siddeley, founded by The Lord Kenilworth, have been appointed to create a striking landscaped setting and approach to the development, providing a lush sanctuary within this vibrant, well-connected location.
Described by Harpers magazine in 1883 as ‘one of the noblest streets in the world’ Fitzjohn’s Avenue remains one of Hampstead’s most prestigious locations. No.11 is a revival of one of the fine period residences that contribute to the grandeur of the wide tree lined Victorian Avenue.
Elegant period features have been reintroduced and blend seamlessly with clean contemporary finishes within the twelve apartments. The building is joined by two contemporary new houses which enjoy private gardens and off street parking.
Long thought of as London’s Hilltop Jewel, Hampstead has a serene sense of calm. Among the nesting songbirds and peaceful ambience, sits 14 Netherhall Gardens. Comprising two buildings; one with a rich history and poignant architectural style, the other, a modern interpretation informed by this legacy and conceived by award-winning architects Squire and Partners.
Each building houses seven apartments, all of which benefit from a secure underground car parking space. The apartments embrace luxurious contemporary living, offering sophisticated interiors designed to an exceptionally high standard, including kitchens by Boffi with integrated Gaggenau appliances.
Derived from the French ‘Bel Assis’; beautifully situated, the Manor of Belsize dates back to 1317. By the middle of the 16th century Belsize Village was the setting for the only ‘aristocratic’ house in the parish of Hampstead at the time. Today, charming coloured terraced houses, independent shops, cafes and acclaimed eateries create a highly desirable village setting with the convenience of a Zone 2 location.
At its heart, this exclusive new collection of ten apartments epitomises luxury, showcasing interiors by the multi award winning CID Interieur and bespoke kitchen design by Poggenpohl.