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New Georgian style townhouses for sale in St John’s Wood

PUBLISHED: 12:46 30 October 2017 | UPDATED: 12:46 30 October 2017

Frontal exterior of the three storey cream stucco terrace at Hamilton Drive

Frontal exterior of the three storey cream stucco terrace at Hamilton Drive

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The family homes allow for an abundance of natural light and feature 10 ft ceiling heights

The Boffi kitchen featuring natural stone worktops and Gaggenau and Miele appliancesThe Boffi kitchen featuring natural stone worktops and Gaggenau and Miele appliances

On the back of £65 million worth of pre-sales in the off market phase one, the second phase of residential development Hamilton Drive is launched.

Situated off Hall Road in St John’s Wood, the property is a Georgian style three storey terrace of 10 four/five bedroom townhouses, each with private gardens.

Each home features a grand five storey helical staircaseEach home features a grand five storey helical staircase

The large family homes provide plenty of lateral living space, with rooms characterised by large dimensions.

Ceiling heights of up to 10 ft, as well as a five storey helical staircase surmounted by a roof skylight mean the townhouses also benefit from an abundance of natural light.

The private gymnasium includes seperate shower and changing faciltiesThe private gymnasium includes seperate shower and changing facilties

Further examples of contemporary luxury design include Boffi kitchen’s with natural stone worktops and Gaggenau and Miele integrated appliances, as well as a private cinema room on the lower ground floor and fitness facilities including a private gymnasium.

Although the first phase of sales were off market, five properties were sold, which generated £65 million worth of sales. The launching of phase two therefore marks the official public launch of Hamilton Drive, with two houses now available for purchase.

Hamilton Drive's privtae cinema roomHamilton Drive's privtae cinema room

Mark Pollack, founding director at north London estate agents Aston Chase said: “Hamilton Drive is the most successful ultra-prime residential development to be launched this year. The impressive pre-sales reflect the appeal that this collection of properties has had with purchasers. The address provides all the benefits of lateral apartment living within the architecture of a family house, and brings Mayfair quality to St John’s Wood.”

Two dressed residences are available for viewing. House No.7 is priced at £12,500,000 and House No.1 is priced at £10,750,000.

For further viewing and sales information contact joint sole agents: Aston Chase 0207 724 4724 / astonchase.com, Savills 0203 425 5615 / savills.co.uk or Knight Frank 0207 586 2777 / knightfrank.com

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