A room with a view: these Hampstead apartments have views of the Heath

PUBLISHED: 10:22 05 September 2017 | UPDATED: 10:22 05 September 2017

The new development is comprised of 13 deluxe apartments on the Finchley Road

The new development is comprised of 13 deluxe apartments on the Finchley Road


Bellis Homes have launched their range of deluxe apartments in NW3 with countryside-worthy views just moments from the centre of London

The apartments in Four5Two feature balconies with park views The apartments in Four5Two feature balconies with park views

Fancy a countryside view without the lengthy commute and lingering smell of manure? How about a balcony with views of Hampstead Heath and the hustle and bustle of central London just 20 minutes away? Look no further; Bellis Homes have now launched Four5Two, a luxurious development of 13 new apartments in Hampstead.

The baker’s dozen new homes feature private, underground parking for residents as well as good links to the rest of the city. The apartments are just 10 minutes walk from Golders Green Underground station, and just under 20 minutes away from King’s Cross St Pancras station.

Inside, the homes are designed to optimise natural light, including bespoke lighting in each individual apartment, and LED lighting at plinth level throughout the hallways. If the CGI images are anything to go by, the interiors will be decked out in on-trend metallic tones, mixed fabrics and neutral hues.

Henry Fordham, director at Bellis Homes, said: “The premium location of Four5Two is ideal for those looking for the perfect blend of rural life with strong city links. The views over Hampstead Heath from the rear balconies are a big talking point when it comes to this development with floor to ceiling windows in the living areas to maximise light and the stunning vista.”

The residents' entrance at Four5Two The residents' entrance at Four5Two

Prices at Four5Two start at £1.1 million, ranging up to £2.2 million at the top end. The homes are now available to buy off plan with Glentree, 0208 731 9500. All enquiries, contact Bellis Homes.

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