Belsize Park sees 1930’s parking depot transformed into luxury ‘art deco’ apartments
- Credit: Godfrey London
The majority of buyers are expected to be young professionals and downsizers from the local area
Belsize Lane, a development in Belsize Park, once garage and parking depot, now luxury art deco inspired apartments, provides both period style and contemporary living.
The new development offers 10 two and three bedroom apartments, some leading onto private terraces, with 40 per cent of the development already pre-sold prior to its official launch.
The majority of apartments, developed by Godfrey London, feature a striking four storey stepped-back façade and full-height floor-to-ceiling windows, complete with covered balconies designed by leading architect Wimshurst Pelleriti.
Ground floor apartments open onto private terraces around the landscaped grounds, and are finished in buff light texture clay brick. In-keeping with the traditional feel of Belsize Village, the spacious apartments are designed by CID Interieur, who skillfully combined contemporary and classically inspired features.
Each reception room provides a spacious living area and large dining area, with coffered ceilings and LED lighting, as well as engineered oak parquet flooring laid in a bespoke pattern. The beautiful open plan Poggenpohl kitchens all have individually designed layouts with island units to selected apartments, and the matt lacquer finish kitchen cabinets are complimented by Calacatta quartz worksurfaces, fully integrated Miele appliances and cantilevered glass shelving.
After 18 months of working on the development, Godfrey London are pleased with their transformation.
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Paul Godfrey, managing director said: “Belsize Place is the first new luxury apartment development in Belsize Village since the Post-War period and sets a new benchmark in the local marketplace for luxury and high quality bespoke finishes and specification.”
The apartments are on sale with north London estate agents Goldshmidt & Howland, whose director of sales, Neir Gigi, said: “Belsize Park has a very strong micro-market, with many local residents choosing to stay in the area for many years, merely moving within the neighbourhood by trading up or downsizing. Because of this strong local marketplace we anticipate that most of the buyers at Belsize Place will be young professionals and downsizers from the local Belsize Park, St Johns Wood and Hampstead area.”
Prices for the six apartments at Belsize Place start from £1,200,000 for a two-bedroom apartment, and up to £3,200,000 for a three bedroom apartment with a study (250 year leases).
For further sales and visiting information contact sole agent Goldschmidt & Howland on 020 7435 4404/g-h.co.uk