Top three properties with floor to ceiling windows

PUBLISHED: 15:47 16 June 2015 | UPDATED: 15:00 17 June 2015

Oak Hill Lodge, Oak Hill Park, Hampstead, NW3

Oak Hill Lodge, Oak Hill Park, Hampstead, NW3


Floor to ceiling windows effortlessly brighten up a room and are increasingly in demand by home buyers. High up with a view they allow you to survey the cityscape, while on the ground floor, overlooking a garden they bring a bit of the outside in.

Oak Hill Lodge, Oak Hill Park, Hampstead, NW3Oak Hill Lodge, Oak Hill Park, Hampstead, NW3

The Garden House, Oak Hill Park, NW3, £3,250,000

The three-bedroom single storey Garden House, by Hamilton Court Developments, is set inside a gated environment on a private road near Hampstead Heath and Hampstead High Street. There are floor to ceiling windows along the rear of the property, looking out onto the 65ft terrace with outdoor kitchen and garden.

The master bedroom has a dressing room and en suite and there are two further en suite bedrooms each with their own en-suite bathrooms.

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Melrose Apartments, Winchester Road, NW3, £3,900,000

This recently built 2,270sq ft four-bedroom penthouse apartment has a spacious reception room with double height ceilings and floor to ceiling glass windows which offer panoramic views. There’s also access to a private terrace.

The master bedroom suite has a walk-in wardrobe and an en suite shower room, bedroom two also has a walk in wardrobe with an ensuite shower room, with the two further bedrooms sharing a family bathroom. The apartment also has two underground parking spaces and a 24-hour concierge service.

The Penthouse, Prince Albert Road, NW8, £8,000,000

Park St James, Prince Albert Road, St John's Wood NW8Park St James, Prince Albert Road, St John's Wood NW8

This penthouse on the ninth and 10th floors of an apartment building has been completely refurbished and has direct access onto a private south-facing terrace which leads down to a lower level balcony.

The flat lies midway between Primrose Hill Park and Avenue Road with St John’s Wood High Street and station nearby.


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