Loft living comes to Mill Hill

PUBLISHED: 09:56 03 July 2015 | UPDATED: 14:04 02 October 2015

The Lofts

The Lofts


You could live in a New York-style loft in Mill Hill

The LoftsThe Lofts

Trafalgar House is bringing New York-style loft living to the heart of north west London with its latest scheme, The Lofts.

32 apartments make up this stunning development in leafy Mill Hill, NW7, a mixture of studios and one, two, and three bed apartments and penthouses.

All have amazingly high ceilings – up to 14ft in height. Modern integrated kitchens and contemporary bathrooms come as standard as well as off-street parking.

The four penthouses also boast wonderful terraces.

So popular is this development that 50 per cent of apartments have already been sold off-plan.

The agents who are jointly selling this development are In London Properties and Glentree New Homes. Says Glentree’s selling agent, Karen Morris, “This style of home is really ‘hitting the mark’. Young professionals love the concept of loft living and this is proven by the rapid take up of sales.

“The area of Mill Hill is highly sought after and together with the quality and finish of these apartments makes The Lofts a real winner.”

Prices start from £375,000 subject to contract.

Glentree New Homes
020 8731 9500

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