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Three of the best studio apartments on the market at the moment

PUBLISHED: 17:45 20 April 2015 | UPDATED: 12:36 21 April 2015

Daleham Gardens, Belsize Park, NW3

Daleham Gardens, Belsize Park, NW3

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Studio flats can make a great first time property purchase but in a good location, they are also popular with investors. Here’s a pick of some outstanding options currently on the market.

Daleham Gardens, Belsize Park, NW3Daleham Gardens, Belsize Park, NW3

Wilmot Place, Camden, NW1, £349,995

Wilmot Place, Camden, NW1Wilmot Place, Camden, NW1

This new bright and airy studio apartment is in the heart of Camden, close to nearby shops, restaurants, cafes and transport links. It has a fully fitted contemporary kitchen and bathroom, built-in air conditioning and heating and an electronically operated skylight windows which close automatically when it rains.

Savills

Daleham Gardens, Belsize Park, NW3, £359,950

Daleham Gardens, Belsize Park, NW3Daleham Gardens, Belsize Park, NW3

This raised ground floor apartment on a quiet tree lined road is close to Belsize Park and Hampstead Village. The flat boasts high ceilings and a large reception room with a raised sleeping area, modern open plan kitchen, fully tiled three

piece bathroom suite and use of the picturesque communal gardens.

Stones Residential

Centre Heights, Swiss Cottage, NW3, £430,000 to £450,000

Centre Heights, Hampstead, NW3Centre Heights, Hampstead, NW3

A new development offering studio flats with modern interiors and state-of-the-art features, including video entry system, concierge and spectacular views over the London skyline as well as parquet flooring in each apartment.

This contemporary development set over five floors is near a variety of transport links, shops and restaurants, with the beautiful green spaces of Regent’s Park nearby.

Foxtons

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