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The distinctive property is set back from the tree-lined street on which it sits and less than a 10 minute walk from the Hampstead High Street with its elegant boutiques, supermarkets and cafes.
Historic Hampstead wins hearts with quaint lanes winding through the back streets. As the high street winds its way up to Hampstead Heath and The Spaniards Inn, there are roads of cottages which haven’t changed in over 300 years.
Hampstead, sitting on the edge of 800 acres of semi-wild countryside, still has an arty, literary and bohemian atmosphere.
This property forms part of this breathtaking area and occupies the entire 2nd floor. Originally a private residence it has been converted into luxury apartments recently. The interior is a classic blend of modern technology and old world charm.
The master bedroom, with en-suite bathroom, has plenty of storage and features an antique french bed. Bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 all have double beds, chic furniture and storage. The family bathroom is well designed in warm neutral tones.
The kitchen, with large American style fridge/freezer, sits besides the breakfast bar. The living room is a good size and looks down to the communal garden below.
Hampstead is on the Northern line with trains to the City and the West End leaving frequently. From here to Oxford Street/ Tottenham Court Road is a quick 15 minute ride. Hampstead Heath station is on the Overground line and from here you could travel to Kew Gardens or Richmond with no changes in under 30 minutes!
Lovely apartment in a beautiful part of London. Lots of living space and very nice fixtures. Grounds are well manicured and provide a nice respite from the busy city. Easy walk into Hampstead village or the Heath. Would recommend to anyone with a family that wants to be close to all the attractions with the benefits of a small piece of the English countryside in your living space.
Hampstead is an area of Northwest London with a touch of class and a relaxed, countryside feel – perfect for families. Hampstead Village is home to some of the city’s oldest pubs, and has a range of cafes for afternoon tea, bakeries, patisseries, fishmongers and more. There’s a traditional essence to life amid the leafy streets, whilst the center of the Capital is within very easy reach. It is a very wealthy area, with many celebrities, artists and musicians choosing to settle here in the many stately period homes.
There are theaters, art galleries and museums such as Keats House, the Freud Museum and Kenwood House - a beautiful Regency home with large gardens, and host to a gallery of Vermeer and Rembrandt pieces, and opera every summer. Hampstead Heath, and particularly Parliament Hill at its Southeast corner, has stunning views of the city’s skyline from the London Eye to Canary Wharf, as well as the farmer’s market every Saturday has fresh produce and artisan foods on offer which makes for a relaxed morning out with the children too.
Heading South you’ll find the quaint village of Primrose Hill which sits alongside Regent’s Park, the canal and has lots of one-off shops and cafes to enjoy.
- Near famous landmark
- Great location
- High ceilings
- Interesting architecture
- Stylish furniture
- Sash windows
- Wooden floors
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
Cancellation Policy: Flexible
Standard check in time is 3 pm
Please appreciate that we cannot accommodate earlier check in times as the property may be occupied by guests from the night before.
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