A pick of the penthouses on the market in north London at the moment

Haverstock Hill, NW3

Haverstock Hill, NW3 - Credit: Archant

Whether period property or luxury modern, there’s just something about the birds’ eye views from a penthouse that has enduring appeal.

Haverstock Hill, NW3

Haverstock Hill, NW3 - Credit: Archant

Stockleigh Hall, St John’s Wood, London NW8, £11,000,000

Stockleigh Hall

Stockleigh Hall - Credit: Archant

An fantastic interior designed Penthouse with impressive lateral accommodation, approaching 3,300sq ft in this prestigious award winning Art Deco Style building on Prince Albert Road.

The apartment has been maintained to exacting standards, with wonderful views across the London skyline. Further benefits include direct lift access into the apartment, two parking spaces, a 37ft reception room and terracing in excess of 2,500sq ft.

Winkworth


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Templewood Avenue, Hampstead, NW3, £4,250,000

Templewood

Templewood - Credit: Archant

This stunning four bedroom penthouse apartment is arranged in one of Hampstead’s most exclusive developments on the doorstep of Hampstead Heath.

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Extending to approximately 2,749sq ft the apartment offers bright and spacious accommodation with underground parking for two cars. The property also boasts a bright sun room/conservatory which has access to the main terrace.

Knight Frank

Haverstock Hill, Belsize Park, NW3, £6,000,000

Haverstock Hill, NW3

Haverstock Hill, NW3 - Credit: Archant

A nine bedroom property split into a beautiful penthouse apartment, a two bedroom flat and a three bedroom flat, with the penthouse boasting a roof terrace and a balcony with amazing views across the city.

Located in the heart of Belsize Park the property is moments’ walk from all the shops, bars and restaurants of Haverstock Hill.

Foxtons

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