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New Hampstead luxury development is selling fast, with only 20 per cent of homes remaining

PUBLISHED: 11:40 25 October 2017 | UPDATED: 11:42 25 October 2017

Exterior of Buxmead development

Exterior of Buxmead development

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Buxmead is the first development to offer a 25 metre indoor swimming pool in north London

The 25 metre indoor swimming pool open to residents The 25 metre indoor swimming pool open to residents

Despite what has been a stalling prime property market in the capital, 80 per cent of apartments at Buxmead development on The Bishops Avenue have already been snapped up by buyers.

Developer Harrison Varma are launching the second phase of homes at the residence, which features 20 apartments including six duplexes, three penthouses, 11 apartments and a choice of new build and converted buildings, set within 2.5 acres of private, landscaped grounds.

Bedroom layout in one apartment at Buxmead Bedroom layout in one apartment at Buxmead

Residents can make the most of a round the clock ‘white glove’ concierge, who take the stress out of chores by providing a postal, secreterial, catering and laundry service.

The landscaped gardens offer respite from the bustle of the capital, with a mature woodland, a water feature and plants in bloom all year round, as well as a summer pavillion providing the opportunity for al fresco dining during the warmer months.

The water feature The water feature

Buxmead is also home to the first indoor 25 metre swimming pool to feature in a north London development, complete with a spa, jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, beauty salon and Tecnogym.

Anil Varma, managing director at Harrison Varma said: “We are extremely proud of the homes and class of amenities we have created here. We have blended striking design with specialist craftsmanship and artisan trades to create a very special collection of timeless homes that combine our lifestyle concept.”

Facilities also include a Tecnogym Facilities also include a Tecnogym

Mark Pollack at north London estate agents Aston Chase also added: “This pioneering development has helped propel The Bishops Avenue back to its heyday status. The exceptional specification, leisure facilities and services on offer at Buxmead will appeal to wealthy individuals seeking a home which offers the epitome of luxury, whether they are families seeking a lateral apartment or someone looking for a turn-key residence which they can lock up and leave.”

Equidistant to Hampstead and Highgate, Buxmead is perfectly situated with a wide selection of shops, boutiques, restaurants and gastropubs nearby, as well as a number of transport links including Highgate tube station (Northern Line) and both the A1 and M1 motorways around five minutes away.

Kitchen/dining area at Buxmead Kitchen/dining area at Buxmead

On sale with Aston Chase, prices start from £6.9m for a three-bedroom apartment, rising to £15m for the last remaining penthouse.

For further information on the development visit buxmead.co.uk / harrisonvarma.co.uk or phone 0208 8883 6600 or to arrange a viewing visit astonchase.com or contact Simon Deen on 0207 724 4724

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