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Situated in Hampstead Village and set behind a Grade II Listed Queen Anne facade, a stunning house with a landscaped rear garden, a roof terrace and the rare advantage of designated parking. On the ground floor, there is an open plan luxury kitchen and dining area with views across the garden. There are three/four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Dexters Hampstead. 56 Heath Street, London, NW3 1DL T: 020 7433 0273 E: email@example.com
Vale of Health, NW3 ÂŁ4,950,000
A detached Grade II Listed cottage with three bedrooms and four reception rooms set next to Hampstead Heath. The property retains original period features throughout and overlooks secluded landscaped gardens. There is a garage, off-street parking and a detached annex which would be ideal for guests or a nanny. Dexters Hampstead. 56 Heath Street, London, NW3 1DL T: 020 7433 0273 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
ACACIA PLACE ST JOHN’S WOOD, NW8 34 1984 - 2018
A beautifully presented low built detached house located in this cul-de-sac on the East side of St Johns Wood. The property is laid out across three floors only and offers bright and spacious family accommodation including a wonder reception room and separate dining room. The house also has a superb Master Bedroom Suite incorporating en-suite bathroom and dressing room, a further 4/5 Bedrooms and a secure off street parking behind electric gates. ENTRANCE HALL • GUEST CLOAKROOM • RECEPTION ROOM • DINING ROOM • KITCHEN/ BREAKFAST AREA • TV ROOM • SITTING ROOM/BEDROOM 6 • UTILITY ROOM • MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN-SUITE DRESSING ROOM AND BATHROOM • 4 FURTHER BEDROOMS • 4 EN-SUITE BATHROOMS/SHOWER ROOMS • FRONT AND REAR GARDENS • OFF-STREET PARKING • ENTRANCE PHONE • CENTRAL HEATING • AIR CONDITIONING • FRONT AND REAR GARDENS • PARKING FOR SEVERAL • EPC=E. FREEHOLD
BLAIR COURT, ST JOHN’S WOOD, NW8 A bright and spacious 2 double bedroom apartment situated on the 1st floor of this popular purpose built block. The apartment comprises approximately 912 sq. ft./84 sq. m. and benefits from a south facing balcony and underground parking. Blair Court is conveniently located equidistant between St John’s Wood tube station and Swiss Cottage tube station (Jubilee Line). The building is within walking distance of the shops and restaurants of both St John’s Wood and Swiss Cottage.
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Entrance Hall • Guest Cloak Room • Reception Room • Fitted Kitchen • 2 Double Bedrooms • Bathroom • Porterage • Lift • Entry Phone • Balcony • Underground Parking • Within Easy Reach of Tube Station • EPC=C. LEASEHOLD
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HANWAY STREET FITZROVIA, W1
£2,300,000 FREEHOLD / JOINT SOLE
A stunning two bedroom freehold townhouse which has been beautifully and painstakingly transformed by the current owner. Having been designed by renowned firm Form Architecture with interiors by Elizabeth Bowman, the result is an exceptional home featuring the highest level of craftsmanship, design and functionality. With minute attention to detail the luxuriously finished 1,514 sqft of accommodation flows wonderfully throughout and boasts both light with a great sense of space.
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HARLEY HOUSE LONDON, NW1
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A wonderful opportunity to acquire an exceptional lateral apartment (3085sqft/286sqm) with high ceilings situated on the second floor of this prestigious period building. The apartment offers excellent entertaining space comprising two large reception rooms as well as an eat in kitchen, four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Harley House benefits from 24 hour porterage and a passenger lift. Harley House is located just behind the Marylebone Road, moments from the amenities of Marylebone High Street and the open spaces of Regent’s Park. Baker Street and Regents’ Park Stations are also within easy walking distance.
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Hamilton Terrace, St John's Wood NW8 Hamilton Terrace is on the west side of St John's Wood the area is fantastically placed for all the amenities of St John's Wood High Street and also Abbey Road with its gastropubs, Italian delis and Spanish tapas bars. Maida Vale and the Swiss Cottage area are also a short walk away.
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Fitzroy Park, Highgate N6 Modest & discreet from the outside, the house surprises & delights from the inside. An original 1928 revolving summerhouse sits snugly in a garden large enough for swings or playing ball, dining al fresco or simply sitting quietly in the private sun filled patio.
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• Fitzroy Park is a private gated road • Fireplace located in the formal sitting room • Two en-suite bathrooms • Wine cellar Guide price
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Beautifully presented Victorian Villa Norfolk Road, NW8 St. John's Wood Underground Station: 0.3 miles Grade ll listed, 3 reception rooms, kitchen, 3 en suite bedrooms, guest cloakroom, utility room, balcony, South-facing garden, swimming pool, driveway and garage
Freehold | 2,595 sq ft | Guide ÂŁ6.495 million
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Stunning Georgian house Heathside, NW3 Hampstead Underground Station: 0.4 miles Reception room, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, 4 bedrooms, further bedroom/study, 2 bathrooms, guest cloakroom, utility room, cellar, front and rear gardens, off-street parking, EPC = D
Freehold | 3,118 sq ft | Guide ÂŁ7.95 million
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An elegant residence set within the columns of this Grade I listed terrace and with exceptional uninterrupted views over Regent’s Park. The house offers family orientated accommodation of circa 4,600 sq ft/427 sq m, with the added benefit of a passenger lift serving all floors and a separate garage.
CHESTER TERRACE, REGENT’S PARK NW1 132 year Crown Estate Lease
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A beautiful four bedroom, two bathroom elegant Grade II listed Regency house on South End Road, Hampstead, NW3 offering an abundance of original features including wrought iron work, shutters, flooring and fireplaces. Also benefits from a charming 37 ft south west facing private rear garden, 75 ft front garden with gated off street parking set well back from the road. South End Road is ideally located between the open spaces of Hampstead Heath, South End Green and Hampstead Village with its many fashionable shops and restaurants and excellent transport connections. Energy Efficiency Rating - E48
Hampstead 020 7435 4404
An exceptional six bedroom double fronted semi-detached family house on Hollycroft Avenue, Hampstead, NW3. The current owners have refurbished this desirable home to an exceptional standard whilst retaining numerous character features. Luxury features include integrated air conditioning throughout and quality hardwood floors to all main rooms. This outstanding home is also enhanced by a delightful landscaped 65 ft garden and secure parking behind electronic remote gates for 3-4 cars. Hampstead Heath is a few moments away and Hampstead Village (Northern Line) is within half a mile. Energy Efficiency Rating - D57
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WOODCHURCH ROAD, LONDON, NW6 3PN ÂŁ1,625,000 Subject to contract We are delighted to have been instructed to sell this stunning raised ground floor garden apartment in the heart of the South Hampstead conservation area. This is a must see for those people who want high ceilings stylish open plan living and a stunning garden. This converted apartment comprises a beautifully interior designed reception room accessed through an imposing atrium flowing into the semi open plan kitchen which then leads to a glass conservatory which draws you into the 102sq ft landscaped garden. The property further benefits from two double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower rooms and a spacious basement with utility room. Master Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room | Second Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room | Guest WC | Reception/Dining Room | Kitchen | Conservatory | Landscaped Garden | Off Street Parking for Two Cars | Basement Storage | High Ceilings | Semi Open Plan | EPC Rating E
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NORTH GATE, PRINCE ALBERT ROAD, NW8 7RE £3,595,000 Subject to contract An impressive three double bedroom (all with ensuite facilities) fourth floor apartment quietly situated in one of St Johns Wood prestigious mansion buildings. The property has been fully refurbished and offers superb entertaining area comprising a 29ft double reception room which opens from the elegant hallway. North Gate is a magnificent red brick character building enviably located opposite Regent’s Park situated on Prince Albert Road at the junction with St John’s Wood High Street. Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom | Two Further Bedrooms with En Suite Shower Rooms | Guest WC | Entrance Hall | Double Reception Room | Fitted Kitchen | 24 Hour Porterage | Off Street Parking on a First Come First Served Basis | Video Entrance Phone | Communal Garden | EPC Rating E
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HAMILTON TERRACE ST JOHN’S WOOD NW8 AN IMPRESSIVE FAMILY HOME LOCATED IN PRIME ST JOHN’S WOOD Positioned on the west side of this prestigious road, Hamilton Terrace presents an impressive semi-detached family home, rebuilt to the highest standard behind the original façade. The interior design of this charming home is exceptional showcasing five double bedrooms and ample living space set over four floors; perfect for entertaining and stylish family living. Hamilton Terrace is conveniently located for the shops and cafés of both St John’s Wood High Street and Little Venice. Accommodation: Entrance hall, double reception room, living room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and dressing room, four further ensuite bedrooms, study, utility room, two guest cloakrooms. Amenities: Terrace, garden, front garden, off street parking.
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A deceptively spacious and well-appointed penthouse apartment situated in this boutique gated modern block, built approximately 12 years ago occupying an elevated position in West Heath Road. The apartment which comprises circa 295.2 sq m /3,178 sq ft is arranged over two floors, providing well-proportioned accommodation, featuring two roof terraces and underground parking for two cars, together with day porterage. The property is ideally located on West Heath Road with easy access to Hampstead Village and its many boutiques and restaurants and the green open spaces of Hampstead Heath. Transport links include Hampstead Underground Station (Northern Line) and Hampstead Heath Rail Station (overground) with easy access to the City of London.
Principal Bedroom with Dressing Room and En-Suite Bathroom, 2/3 Further Bedrooms, Gymnasium/Bedroom 4, 1 Further Bathroom (EnSuite), Shower Room (En-Suite), Reception Room/Dining Room, 2nd Reception/Television Room, Study, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Utility Room, Guest WC, Underfloor Heating, Two Roof Terraces, Underground Parking for 2 Cars, Day Porter. EPC=TBC.
SHARE OF FREEHOLD SOLE AGENT ASKING PRICE Â£4,500,000
ELM TREE ROAD ST JOHN'S WOOD NW8
An opportunity to acquire a substantial and impressive family home (439 sq m/4,730 sq ft), set back from the road in an extremely private, secure, and tranquil environment. The house is well situated for the shops, cafés and amenities of St John's Wood High Street and transport links for the City and West End (Jubilee Line). Principal Bedroom with Dressing Room & En-Suite Bathroom, Four Further Bedrooms (all En-Suite’s), Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Family Room, Sitting Room, Galleried Study, Staff Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, Utility Room, Guest Cloakroom, Landscape Garden, Secure Off Street Parking, Terrace, Two Balconies. EPC=D.
FREEHOLD JOINT SOLE AGENT ASKING PRICE Â£6,995,000
Platts Lane, Hampstead, NW3 6
ÂŁ3,125,000 Sole Agent | Freehold | EPC E
A wonderful 5/6 bedroom, detached, period house, offered in excellent condition throughout and providing circa 3,000 sq ft over three floors. The bright well-planned family accommodation comprises reception room with intercommunicating dining room and separate kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor. The first floor provides a 19' master bedroom with dressing room, en suite bathroom and terrace, plus a second double bedroom with en suite bathroom. There are two further bedrooms, an en suite shower room and a family bathroom on the second floor, plus a study/bedroom 6 on the third floor. This delightful family home also benefits from a 30' west-facing rear garden. Located within a short walk of Finchley Road with its wide choice of buses as well as the underground station (Metropolitan & Jubilee Lines) and Finchley Road & Frognal overground station. Hampstead Heath is situated at the top of the road.
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Neville Drive, Hampstead Garden Suburb, N2 4/5
ÂŁ4,250,000 Sole Agent | Freehold | EPC D
Built in the 1960's, a low build, two storey, 4/5 bedroom detached house, set back behind a deep carriage driveway providing off-street parking for numerous cars and located on one of the premier avenues within the Suburb. The house easily lends itself to remodelling and extending or could even be demolished and a more substantial house built, subject to both Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust and Local Authority consent. (Copies of plans submitted by the client to the Trust to demolish and rebuild a new 6,000 sq ft house are available upon request). The lateral accommodation currently provides a study/TV room, 28' double reception room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, guest WC, integral double garage, plus a substantial master suite with en-suite dressing room and bathroom, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. A major feature of the house is the beautiful, mature 90' landscape rear garden.
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Family apartment with allocated parking Bright and well presented five bedroom, 5th floor corner apartment (1932sqft/179.5sqm) located to the rear of this portered block enjoying bright, open south westerly views. The property benefits from communal gardens and a wonderful central location within 150 yards of the cosmopolitan pavement cafes and shops at nearby Little Venice.
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Located on a popular tree lined street in Belsize Park is this stylish two double bedroom, two bathroom ground floor garden flat with the added benefit of its own private entrance. The flat is set in a handsome period conversion and boasts high ceilings and superb natural light. EPC Rating: C
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SPENCER DRIVE, N2 £2,750,000
Located in this desirable turning off Holne Chase is this beautifully maintained detached family home spanning 2,626 square feet over 3 floors.
Further benefits include a Lutron system, underfloor heating and air conditioning throughout, a west facing garden and off street parking for 2 cars.
Internally this fine home benefits from spacious family living accommodation throughout and on the ground floor includes a larger than average reception room, kitchen diner and a TV room . On the upper floors there are 4/5 bedroom suites including an oversized master bedroom suite with “his and hers” bathrooms / dressing rooms and a utility room. Should you require 5 bedrooms the study can easily be converted back to a bedroom suite.
MASTER BEDROOM WITH DRESSING ROOM AND EN-SUIT: 4 FURTHER BEDROOMS: 4 BATHROOMS: KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: RECEPTION ROOM WITH DINING AREA: TV ROOM: GARDEN: OFF STREET PARKING. EPC Rating E.
AVENUE ROAD ST JOHNâ€™S WOOD NW8
FOR SALE One of the finest double-plot (WIDTH 128FT/38.8m) freehold mansions in this cherished road, set in 0.41 acres (0.71 hectares) of manicured gardens.
Guide price: ÂŁ25,000,000 Sole Agent
available for the first time in 60 years. Bristling with potential.
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What to see and do this month
The London Artisan
20 & 21 July | Old Truman Brewery An unmissable chance for design lovers to meet the makers, this quarterly celebration of craft offers a shoppable selection of jewellery, ceramics, glassware, textiles, graphic design and homewares, all direct from UK-based designers. Visitors can expect workshops throughout the weekend event, too, including introductions to punch needle and pottery on the wheel – who knows, you could pick up a valuable skill along with your unique handmade table lamp. Don’t miss Justin Page Pottery, whose rustic but contemporary vases, jugs and tableware are an enticing slice of what’s on offer. Entrance in Ely’s Yard, off Hanbury Street, E1 (thelondonartisan.com)
Frieze Sculpture London
3 July-6 October | Regent’s Park It’s that time of year again: weird and wonderful forms emerge from the Regent’s Park grass as Frieze Sculpture, London’s largest display of outdoor art descends on the Capital. This year’s exhibition boasts an impressive roll call with more than 20 international artists featured, including Tracey Emin, Tom Sachs, Huma Bhabha and Robert Indiana. Regent’s Park, NW1 (frieze.com)
Robert Indiana. ONE through ZERO, 1980–2003,Photo: Tom Powel Imaging
Until 27 July | Bush Theatre A brand new play about modern relationships from award-winning playwright and screenwriter Kenny Emson, Rust sees Nadia and Daniel attempt to wipe the slate clean. But as the world outside begins to close in, they’re forced to redefine both themselves and the rules. A powerful exploration of love and what it means to be faithful. 7 Uxbridge Road, W12 (020 8743 5050; bushtheatre.co.uk)
British Summer Time Open House 8-11 July | Hyde Park Whether you’ve managed to bag tickets for the big musical acts or not, there’s a host of activities going on at Hyde Park’s BST festival. Sandwiched between Barbra Streisand and Florence + The Machine, in fact, you’ll discover outdoor movie nights, live music and entertainment, circus and cabaret performances, plus live screenings from Wimbledon – you’ll be on the edge of your deckchair. The Open House week promises a foodie paradise, too, with street food stalls from across the globe as well as pop-up bars serving craft beers, wine and cocktails. The great outdoors indeed. Parade Ground, Hyde Park, W2 (bst-hydepark.com)
Until 27 July | Almine Rech The first UK exhibition of the Greek Italian artist’s work since his passing in 2017, this is an opportunity to see Kounellis’ output between 1960 and 2014 – a comprehensive overview of his career under one Mayfair roof. A key figure in the Arte Povera movement, Kounellis sought to interrogate and extend the boundaries of contemporary art, with a particular focus on the possibilities of painting. In Black Rose, 1965-66, we can see Kounellis’ sculptural influence in painterly form. Bold, graphic, beautiful. Broadbent House, Grosvenor Hill, W1K (020 7287 3644; alminerech.com)
The Mapping of the Moon: 1669-1969
Until 21 August | The Map House Celebrating 300 years of lunar and celestial cartography, and the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s historic landing, this is a chance to see a curated collection of moon maps used in the space race; memorabilia signed by astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong and Jim Lovell; plus globes, lightboxes, star charts and 3D models dated from the 1660s onwards – all in recognition of our natural interest in looking beyond our planet. The Map House is the world’s oldest antiquarian map seller, with over 100 years of experience in fine original antique maps, globes and prints. Not to be missed! 54 Beauchamp Place, SW3 (020 7589 4325; themaphouse.com)
Barber Shop Chronicles
18 July-24 August | Roundhouse A heart-warming, insightful and joyous play with laugh-out-loud moments and a rich cast of characters, this internationally acclaimed production is back by popular demand, returning to the Capital for a six-week summer run at the iconic Roundhouse. Following its highly praised performances at Leeds Playhouse and the National Theatre in 2017, Inua Ellams’ production has gone on to have hugely successful tours of the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. A must-see performance. Chalk Farm Road, NW1 (0300 6789 222; roundhouse.org.uk)
A CUT ABOVE JOINING A HOST OF FABRIC FOODIE FAVOURITES ON LITTLE VENICE'S CLIFTON ROAD, PROVENANCE'S NEWEST BUTCHERY IS THE ULTIMATE CELEBRATION OF THE FIELD-TO-FORK PHILOSOPHY
ondon foodies will know Provenance as a destination village butcher, such is its far-reaching reputation for quality, free-range cuts and ethically sourced produce. Just 12 months after their 2013 opening in Notting Hill, they were awarded Time Out Village Shop of the Year, in fact. Since then, the butchers, run by an experienced and passionate KiwiBritish team, have opened three further destinations: in Chelsea, West Hampstead, and their most recent, in the heart of leafy Little Venice. With a warm and welcoming home kitchen feel, and deep and personal relationships with both customers and suppliers, the staff at Provenance are focused on keeping the high street a thriving place to shop – and that’s never more apparent than in their latest opening on the bustling Clifton Road. Co-founder and head butcher Struan Robertson confirms: “We believe our role is to
connect the community we serve with the fantastic farmers we’ve chosen to supply us. The producers are the focus and the stars, and we’re committed to creating an atmosphere where customers can trust us to deliver great tasting food from farmers we believe in, in an environment that is friendly, relaxed and informative.” Provenance pride themselves on their “field-to-fork” philosophy, putting animal welfare and traditional farming methods at the fore: all products come exclusively wellbred without growth promoters, antibiotics or hormones, for example. Animals are fully free range and grass fed, and that’s not only better for the environment but for flavour, too. The newly opened Little Venice shop is a must-visit whether you’re looking for a quick mid-week meal for the family, such as their hugely popular marinated boneless chicken, or whether you’re in the
catering industry yourself and you’re on the lookout for premium products such as Provenance’s 40-day aged ex-dairy beef steaks, or the highly-prized Iberico pork chops. Local deliveries are available Monday to Friday, too, and are free for account holders, making it even easier to stock up. Co-founder and co-owner Tom Gibson says of their new opening “We are hugely excited about becoming part of the Little Venice community. What stands out above all else here is the immense pride that the local community has in Clifton Road, the shops and their relationship to them. We’re looking forward to contributing to the village spirit with a service and products that local people can rely on, seven days a week.” 5 Clifton Road, W9 (020 7266 3838; provenancebutcher.com)
Food& drink HOT TABLE
’ve been pronouncing it a bit like the longlimbed African antelope, but I’ve got it all wrong, laughs smiley sommelier Wieteke Teppema. It’s actually “heh-SELL-ick”, a Dutch word that is perhaps best translated as: ‘an atmosphere which allows good times to happen’. And, though I’ve only just walked in, it feels a fitting moniker. Formerly Holborn Town Hall, the Grade-II listed space has been sensitively refurbished, retaining lots of original features. It’s all olive green walls, walnut wood and double height ceilings, but a mezzanine bar suspended over the dining room prevents the space from feeling cavernous. And a quirky collection of art referencing wine and pop art makes for an interesting talking point. I’m late, and my lunch companion, unable to wait a minute longer, has pre-ordered a selection of bar snacks. We tuck into flaky sausage rolls filled with succulent pulled pork and served with chef Graham Long’s (formerly of L’Autre Pied and Elystan Street) own take on brown sauce, light as a feather cheddar and walnut gougères, and suckling pig bitterballen with sweet mustard. The latter are the only Dutch dish on the menu – akin to croquettes they are utterly delicious. We’ve been anticipating this opening since the team popped up at Carousel in 2017, and early indications suggest that it’s been worth the wait. We’re guided by the friendly front of house team when it comes to choosing from the modern European menu, and nothing disappoints. For
me, a starter of grilled courgettes, broad beans, ewe’s curd and mint is followed by pecorino gnocchi with peas, girolles and wild garlic. Both are perfectly presented, beautifully balanced dishes. A taste of summer on a plate. The gnocchi is garnished with shavings of piquant Belper Knolle cheese, which is divine. Cosy and convivial, we’re bowled over by Gezellig. It is dangerously close to Fabric HQ, so we’ll certainly be back, next time for a boozy dinner to test Wieteke’s constantly evolving wine list. LSJ Holborn Hall, 193-197 High Holborn, WC1V (020 3004 0004; gezellig.co.uk)
Rice and shine Get yourself down to Fitzrovia to try out Arros QD, three Michelinstarred Spanish chef, Quique Dacosta’s first international restaurant. Over the past thirty years the celebrated chef has built a name for himself for being a pioneer of avant-garde cuisine. His flagship in Dénia, the eponymous Quique Dacosta Restaurante, has held three Michelin stars since 2013, is ranked in the World’s 100 Best Restaurants List and has twice been awarded Best European Restaurant by Opinionated About
Dining, so it goes without saying that we are very excited about his new Eastcastle Street site. The London restaurant focuses on rice, which, while it may not have much presence in high-end gastronomy, has always been integral to Quique’s cooking. One of the most recognised experts in the field, he has even written a book about rice, Arroces Contemporáneos. Dishes include paella Valenciana, a traditional take on the dish that includes rabbit chop, chicken and butter
beans, all cooked over a wood fire. An open kitchen treats diners to views of the eight-metre flame grill upon which their rice is cooked. Speaking of the new opening, Quique says: “bringing our tradition and gastronomy to one of the main capitals in the world, both generally and gastronomically, is an exercise of commitment and responsibility which fills me with excitement.” 64 Eastcastle Street, W1W (020 3883 3525; arrosqd.com)
FOOD & DRINK
Mix this: Sacred Rosehip Spritz Long summer days call for long refreshing drinks, and Highgate-based Sacred Spirits have just the thing: the Sacred Rosehip Spritz. It is made using their Sacred Rosehip Cup, an all-natural, gently bitter aperitif, produced right here in London and made with English rosehips, sweet Spanish oranges, organic Peruvian ginger and naturally coloured with red grape skins and English rhubarb juice. Though it was originally created for the Negroni, it also makes the most delicious spritz – a refreshing and sophisticated alternative to the mainstream brands. Here’s how to do it.
INGREDIENTS 75ml sparkling wine 50ml Sacred Rosehip Cup 25ml soda water To garnish 1 orange, sliced
METHOD Take a large wine glass and fill with ice. Add the sparkling wine, Rosehip Cup and soda water, stir and top with an orange slice. Alternatively, make it up in a large jug with plenty of ice and orange slices – just remember the 3-2-1 ratio (fizz-Rosehip Cup-soda). Sacred Rosehip Cup, £24.95 for 75cl (sacredgin.com)
Elisabeth Passédat Head chef, The Cleveland Arms
When I was a child, I wanted to be… a French diplomat: so I could travel and see different cultures whilst representing my own. Obviously I chose to start cooking after my studies. In a way, I believe I still followed that dream, because I’m able to mix up my French techniques with the British way of eating out. My kitchen heroes are… my dad, who taught me the basics of cooking; Pierre Koffmann, who showed me how to cook with love; and Helena Puolakka, who encourages her team to feel like they are working towards a common goal. Not many chefs have this charisma. My fail-safe dinner party menu is… a whole side of salmon from my local fishmonger. It’s the perfect dish to share with friends or family; I cook it with tamarind and spices and serve it with broccoli, chilli and soy sauce.
Pastries from Prada Exciting news from Mayfair: Milanese favourites Marchesi 1824 have launched at 117 Mount Street. It is the first location outside Milan for the group, who launched their original Pasticceria in 1824. If you caught the 2014 Harrods pop-up, or last September’s at matchesfashion.com’s new Carlos Place space, you’ll know that this is very good news indeed. Renowned for their traditional panettone, Italian pastries, chocolates and confectionery, Marchesi was acquired by the Prada group in 2014, so it goes without saying that this is one seriously stylish pastry shop and caffé. The space has been kitted out in the green velvet and cherry wood furniture designed by Prada for the existing Milan site, which sits alongside original decorative tiled walls, wrought iron butchers’ hooks, and black and yellow Siena marble floors from the historic butcher, Allens of Mayfair, which stood on the site from 1880 until 2015. So much more than a mere bakery, the Mayfair shop is open throughout the day, serving croissants and thick Italian hot chocolate for breakfast, and Milanese risotto and cocktails in the evening. It is the latest and greatest in a line of designer eateries in the Capital and the place to be seen this summer. 117 Mount Street, W1K (020 8075 5380; pasticceriamarchesi.com/en)
My last meal on earth would be… a crêpe from Brittany, filled with grated cheddar, ham and a fried egg. I love the taste of the buckwheat flour; it gives an extra kick to the dish, and it’s lovely with a glass of cider. My favourite london restaurant is… La Dame de Pic at The Four Seasons. The restaurant has a relaxed feel and serves exquisite food. I love the berlingots (pasta parcels), one of Anne-Sophie Pic’s specialities. My ultimate London day consists of… hitting the gym and heading for a nice brunch afterwards. I’d spend the afternoon looking around for inspiration, especially on a market day. Elisabeth joined the team at The Cleveland Arms in May. 28 Chilworth Street, W2 (020 7706 1759; theclevelandarms.com)
Deluxe Pedi at Young LDN I’ve a hankering for shiny toes to go with my new summer sandals, and I’ve been meaning to try out Westbourne Grove’s newest salon since it opened late last year, so it feels like the perfect moment to pop in. Upstairs in the trendy ‘lounge’ area, the menu includes a variety of quick treatments, including lashes, brows, peels and make-up. There’s even an LED Bar offering express facial treatments designed to boost collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid for both anti-ageing and acne-beating purposes. Where nails are concerned, there’s everything from the express to the deluxe, via a CBD special and a special medical pedicure option. The latter is a bespoke treatment incorporating LED and laser therapy to resolve fungal nail infections, cracked feet, verrucas, plantar warts and athlete’s foot, from which, luckily for me, I’m assured I do not suffer. I settle into one of the plush armchairs for a deluxe pedicure. Armed with a pile of glossy mags and sipping on a cup of herbal tea (which comes accompanied by a tiny Kilner jar of chocolate mini eggs), it feels like a delicious moment of time-out. My cuticles are seen to and my heels buffed, I’m treated to a foot scrub and a nourishing mask, followed by the most amazing foot and leg massage using my choice of essential oil, before my preferred polish is expertly applied. I’m impressed, and all the more so when I am treated to a tour of the ‘lab’ downstairs. Here, alongside high tech facials and peels, the team offer laser hair removal, micro-needling and tattoo removal. When founder Sue Carroll’s teenage son suffered from acne, she was reluctant for him to rely on prescription medication, but found that he felt uncomfortable visiting clinics and spas for treatment. She designed YoungLDN to appeal to both this millennial and Gen-Z audience and their parents, and it’s clear to me that she has found just the right balance. LSJ The deluxe pedi costs £50. 228 Westbourne Grove, W11 (020 8354 3970; youngldn.com)
5 Pride and joy
Madeleine Thompson striped cashmere wrap, £250 (madeleine-thompson.com)
Paper London rainbow striped swimsuit, £195 (harveynichols.com)
Rainbow sunglasses, Stella McCartney, £255 (farfetch.com)
Olivia Rubin rainbow-striped sequinned skirt, £280 (selfridges.com)
Sumba folded clutch, rainbow, £295 (thisisstelar.com)
STYLE & WELLBEING
Blogger Renata Jazdzyk (@venswifestyle) with a clutch bag she rented for London Fashion Week
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ffering a sustainable alternative to fast-fashion consumption, we love this new clothing and accessories rental platform. It works much like Airbnb in that HURR Collective holds no inventory of stock, but rather facilitates the rental transaction between peers. All members are fully vetted before they are accepted, and after each rental transaction mandatory peer reviews help members build their trust score. The site also incorporates a secure messaging system that allows lenders and renters to get to know each other and ask questions ahead of time – so you can ensure that your precious items will come back exactly as they were sent out. Adding to the sustainability credentials, HURR has partnered with eco-friendly dry cleaners Blanc, and green bicycle courier Pedals. Victoria Prew, co-founder and CEO says, “With HURR we’re striving to bring sustainability to the fashion industry, which is one of the world’s most polluting industries. Our members are part of a collective of forward-thinking women that believe renting makes both economic and environmental sense.” We couldn’t agree more.
With thoughts turning to holidays, we’re hot footing it to Aspiga this month. The sustainable and ethical holiday brand was founded 13 years ago by Lucy Macnamara, who works closely with local artisans in Kenya and India, helping them build their business and stimulating the local economy. The collection includes everything from espadrilles to kaftans and beach bags to hammam towels, but we’re especially coveting the beaded leather sandals. Not least because, on a mission to help clean up Malindi beach in Kenya, Aspiga have pledged to remove a basket of plastic for every pair of Kenyan sandals sold until the end of this month. They’re being helped by a team of local children, who will be paid for their time during the big clean up at the end of July. It’s a huge step in the right direction when it comes to sustainable fashion. Kenyan sandals from £58 (aspiga.com)
Ormonde Jayne Hair Mist Looking for a lighter way to wear your scent this summer? Local perfumer Linda Pilkington, founder of luxury fragrance house Ormonde Jayne has just introduced a divine Hair Mist, which comes in four of her signature scents: Ta’if, Ambre Royal, Osmanthus and Montabaco. And it’s so much more that just a pretty smelling spritz – every bottle of paraben-free Hair Mist is infused with panthenol to thicken hair, reduce split ends and increase tensile strength; keratin to smooth cuticles for a silky finish; and a conditioning, anti-static ingredient. You won’t find a more worthy summer hair hero. Available exclusively from Selfridges until the end of July, and on general release from August. £60 for 50 ml (ormondejayne.com)
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Summer in Savelletri
Isabelle Ideler, concierge at Masseria Torre Maizza a Rocco Forte Hotel in Puglia
Grab a slice of the good life Dreaming of escaping to your own bolthole for a few days of bucolic bliss? The perfect antidote to city burn-out, FarmShare at Retreat East offers the luxury of a second home in the country without the hassle, the hefty price tag or the expensive up keep. Picture a beautifully interior-designed barn set deep in the countryside. There’s organic milk in the fridge, homemade bread on the side, an abundance of fresh produce in the kitchen garden, and crisp, fresh linen on the supersized beds, and it’s yours to enjoy whenever you choose. Located on Brick Kiln Farm in Suffolk, Retreat East is a private members’ escape featuring a stunning selection of accommodation in barns and studios, set around a Great Barn Country Club offering exquisite dining menus and delectable spa treatments (for both owners and their four-legged friends). Studio FarmShare prices start from just £12,500 – a forever investment that can be gifted, bequeathed or sold on – for which members can stay 10 nights per year, with complete flexibility over booking, and the option to purchase further nights. For a limited time, non-members are being offered the chance to experience FarmShare at Retreat East, with accommodation prices starting from £195 per night. For more details, and to book, see suffolk.farm
Miami dreaming Taking its distinctive Art Deco façade – designed by architect Russell Pancoast in 1934 – as a starting point, acclaimed interior designer Juan Ciavarella has breathed fresh life into Miami Beach’s Peter Miller Hotel. It will reopen as the Lennox Hotel Miami Beach this summer, offering stylish boutique accommodation. The hotel – located on Miami’s iconic Collins Avenue – will offer 119 unique guest rooms, each in keeping with the original architecture. The Argentinian interior designer has chosen a scheme incorporating soft neutral tones, natural elements, handcrafted furnishings, and ecofriendly and upcycled materials. At the centre of the hotel’s four interconnected buildings an idyllic Mediterranean-style courtyard features an intimate swimming pool and poolside bar, where a sushi and grill menu is served alongside a selection of delicious cocktails. It is the perfect spot to linger at leisure, but having travelled all that way, you’ll probably wish to venture away from this little slice of paradise: a complimentary shuttle service is available within a one-mile radius, including to a private area on the beach, where lounge chairs, umbrellas and towels are all available. Life’s a beach. For more details, see lennoxmiamibeach.com
Puglia is the ‘heel’ to Italy’s ‘boot’, offering unparalleled beaches on both the Adriatic and Ionian coastlines. Some of the best beaches are San Vito, Porto Contessa, Grotte Marine, Polignano a Mare, Cala Santo Stefano and Cala Incina. The azure waters around the coastline teem with swordfish, grouper, red snapper, tuna, sardines and bonito, which you can fish using traditional methods whilst taking in the rugged scenery of the coastline on a chartered fishing trip. Meanwhile, inland, there’s an abundance of countryside to explore. For history-lovers, I recommend hiking up to Monte Saraceno in Gargano, which leads you to the necropolis of Daunia (founded between 6th-5th Century BC). Foodies will be well catered for here, too. Many of the traditional Italian foods, such as burrata, come from Puglia. The city of Ostuni, known for its whitewashed old town, is home to some of the best dining destinations in the region. L’Osteria del Tempo Perso opened in 1983 and offers the typical cuisine of Puglia and Ostuni in rustic surroundings, while Taverna della Gelosia is a charming dining spot with no English menu. For those who like the idea of playing chef for the day, our chefs at Masseria Torre Maizza offer masterclasses in time-honoured local recipes. If you’re seeking a traditional memento from your travels in the region, I recommend visiting an Apulian artisan such as Enza Fasano Ceramiche. Located on Via Caravaggio in Grottaglie (a small town just outside the Western city of Taranto), the Enza Fasano bottega produces ceramic items that are inspired by the Grottesque tradition. Finally, if you’re visiting this month, the Festival della Valle d’Itria is celebrated from 16 July until 4 August. The summer opera festival offers visitors a chance to experience a variety of Italian operas live in the impressive surroundings of ancient palazzos. It’s unmissable. (+ 39 080 482 78 38; masseriatorremaizza.com)
Nestled in woodland just outside Birmingham, Hampton Manor offers stylish accommodation paired with friendly service, but it is the Michelin-starred restaurant, Peel’s, that is the real star of the show
by Lucy Coles
he concept of a restaurant with rooms always fills me with joy. Food and sleep – edit out all the other nonsense and cut straight to the chase. Place such an establishment in a pretty village near Birmingham, the halfway mark of an oft-travelled journey from London to The North, and I’ll be hard pushed to stay on the M6 every time I approach the junction. Hampton Manor is the country estate of erstwhile prime minister and ‘inventor’ of the police force, Sir Robert Peel. Our imposing suite is named after George Fentham – a successful local business man and philanthropist born in the village, Hampton in Arden, in 1630. Other rooms also pay tribute to local dignitaries and help anchor the building in this overlooked garden of England. Hampton in Arden is mentioned in the Domesday book, but the NEC has rather taken over as Birmingham’s most established landmark. The house is Gothic Tudor – the taste of Sir Robert’s son Frederick, who rebuilt it in the 19th century. It’s not just a restaurant, let’s be clear, there are treatment rooms and ample lounging space on fashionable velvet sofas, but the focus rarely moves from food. There’s a tasting room, where you
Bed and breakfast prices start from £190 per night, the fourcourse dinner menu at Peel’s costs £75. Shadowbrook Lane, Hampton-in-Arden, B92 0EN (hamptonmanor.com)
can see the chefs at work, a parlour for tea, and an ingenious idea in the heart of the house called ‘the maker’s table’, where guests can pull up a stool to taste wine. We took our evening drinks on the terrace – homemade rhubarb gin – accompanied by delicious snacks, with a view of the leafy garden which slopes down to fields of grazing sheep beyond. Bear in mind there is a well-loved kitchen garden within the 45 acres and everything is pointing towards a first-class dinner. Our four courses are served in the glorious dining room (the Michelin-starred Peel’s restaurant), which has the loveliest hand-painted silk wallpaper I’ve ever seen (Fromental, apparently). Arts and Crafts is the era of choice for all of the interiors; William Morris is the muse. Each of our courses is served with passion and knowledge. Roasted broccoli is followed by crab XO with Jerusalem artichoke, coriander and lime; Longhorn beef comes with cauliflower, Tunworth (cheese) and black garlic. Treacle pudding and an array of English cheeses almost defeats us, but we are brave. Wine pairings include a Chardonnay from South Tooting. In a laudable example of teamwork, the grapes are grown in France but the wine is created in London. The whole Hampton Manor team – led by James and Fjona Hill – is clearly obsessed by food and wine. Innovation is championed alongside warmth and conviviality and the combination is a triumph.
Main image: The vast pool at the Myconian Ambassador Hotel boasts sea views from three sides Below: Many rooms offer a private pool
A TREASURED ISLAND
Mykonos might be known as a luxurious party island from dusk till dawn, but there’s plenty to see and do in the daylight hours, too by Emma Vince
“Mykonos. Isn’t that like the Ibiza of Greece?” So says my taxi driver as he whisks me off to Gatwick at 4.40am. I tell him that’s what I’ve heard and doze all the way to the airport with dreams of flashy beach parties, luxurious hotels and bronzed celebrities whirling through my mind. Boarding the plane, I’m surrounded by glamorous hen parties wearing surprisingly tasteful ‘Team Bride’ tees, all chattering excitedly about their plans to party until sunrise in Mykonos Town, the main hub of bars and nightlife. I’m learning that Mykonos is an island with a reputation that precedes it, but I’m excited to see what else it has to offer beyond the partying. From the moment I touch down, I’m struck by how beautiful the island is. Against a rugged, hilly backdrop, everything shines in white and
blue, the colours of the Greek national flag. From the window of the car, cobalt shutters and domes flash past, the blindingly white buildings tumbling down toward the sea like scattered sugar cubes. So far, so scenic, and we haven’t even reached the hotel yet…
The Myconian Collection
For unparalleled views and unstuffy luxury, there’s only one place to stay on Mykonos. Or rather, one collection of hotels, with nine resorts dispersed across the island. Founded by George and Eleftheria Daktylides, and now managed by their four sons, the collection is a family venture. Just like the members of a family, each property is unique, with the same building blocks at heart: distinctive interior design, a gourmet restaurant and a luxury spa.
Five of the resorts are tucked away above Elia Beach. While they share similar views over the Aegean Sea, each is a bespoke boutique hotel in its own right, with a distinct look and feel. Among these are the metropolitan Myconian Imperial Resort, the exclusive Myconian Villa Collection, home to velvet-clad sun loungers and a fine dining restaurant, and the quirkymeets-luxe Myconian Utopia Resort with driftwood sculptures and a picture-perfect infinity pool. Unlike some of the other Cycladic islands, Mykonos is blessed with gloriously sandy beaches, and all five resorts have access to a private area of Elia Beach below. To the south of the island lies the chic Myconian Ambassador hotel designed in traditional white and blue with a vast umbrellafringed pool. The final three resorts perch on
a hillside overlooking Mykonos Town and the west coast. This is the view I see when I check in to the Myconian Kyma hotel, throw open my window shutters and step out onto the balcony. With shining, white-washed terraces and rooms with their own private pools (tip: book a Mediterranean Suite for the ultimate private infinity pool), Kyma is a relaxed haven, despite its location just a short drive from all the action of Mykonos Town. Thanks to its thoughtful architecture and art-filled interiors, it’s also easy to see why Kyma is a member of Design Hotels. Its newly opened Noa restaurant serves contemporary Greek food; I dine on melt-inyour-mouth feta crumbled over salads, creamy tzatziki, fresh mezes and sticky orange cake, all served with a side of panoramic sea views.
Experience the real Mykonos
To help guests explore the island in a more meaningful way, the Myconian Collection has curated a new, exclusive programme of experiences. And so, the next day, I visit Rizes Folklore Farmstead to learn all about traditional life in Mykonos before it became such a tourism hotspot. Our guide explains that each farmstead is like a self-sufficient village, with a multi-generational family living and working there. I (quite literally) get to sample local flavour with a brunch of fresh eggs and homemade cheese, bread and lemonade, the latter of which is so sweet it makes my tongue tingle like sunshine. Wandering around the olive groves and small, traditional buildings couldn’t be further from the glitz and glamour usually associated with Mykonos, and yet, in a way, this is the real Mykonos.
A step back in time
to forget this important archaeological site is just a 30-minute boat trip from the bustling shorefront of Mykonos Town.
Mykonos Town by day
Wandering about Mykonos Town during the day is nothing like being on the ‘strip’ in other renowned party towns. Instead, I amble down winding pathways between whitewashed, bougainvillea-draped boutiques. Every street is an Instagrammer’s dream, and I take full advantage. I stop to pose for a photo in front of the Kato Mili windmills. As ‘The Island of the Winds’, the wood-and-straw windmills were once an important part of Mykonos’ pretourism economy; now they’re an iconic part of the town’s shorefront. Evenings in Greece are the highlight of any given day, with long lazy dinners to round off an afternoon of exploring. From Mykonos Town’s position on the west coast I’m rewarded with a spectacular sunset each night, where, for once, the island swaps its whites and blues for rose-tinted buildings and orange streaked skies. Little Venice is the best spot to catch the show, with a sundowner in hand. Here, the bars hug the furthest edge of the land, perching right on the side of the sea. For those here to party, it’s the start of a night of revels. For me, it’s the close of another peaceful day in paradise.
Colourful embroidered runners and cushions inject personality to the white rooms at the Myconian Villa Collection
Classic Collection Holidays (0800 047 1064; classic-collection.co.uk) offer 7 nights at Myconian Kyma from £1,496 per person. Price based on 2 adults sharing an Apollon deluxe garden view room on a bed and breakfast basis and includes return flights from London Gatwick and private transfers. Room upgrade: Ocean junior suite sea view from £137 to £166 per person per night depending on season.
This image: Perched above Mykonos Town, the Myconian Kyma hotel boasts panoramic views of the west coast Below: A member of Design Hotels, thoughtful architecture and colourful interiors are everywhere at the Kyma
From history to ancient history, my next experience is a trip to the small, uninhabited island of Delos. Way back in the day, Delos overshadowed its neighbour Mykonos as the legendary birthplace of Apollo, becoming a hub of both religion and trade. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Delos is known as the ‘Garden of the Gods’. My guide leads me through the remains of the ancient civilisation, which was preserved underground for years before excavations began in 1872. I step into the unearthed ruins of shops and theatres and admire the freestanding columns, mosaics and statues of longforgotten Greek nobles. Surrounded by peaceful meadows of wildflowers and the odd purring cat, it’s easy
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Art school cool We love to shop homegrown talent. If you’re not familiar with UAL’s Not Just a Shop, the High Holborn outlet and online store sells unique homewares made exclusively by students and alumni of the University of the Arts London’s six prestigious colleges. Their latest collection includes limited-edition prints, hand carved bamboo servers and geometric wall-mounted vases. 272 High Holborn, WC1V (notjustashop.arts.ac.uk)
Artisanal craft seekers can get their fill this month as the ever popular Crafty Fox Market ventures north of the river for a long weekend at King’s Cross’ Canopy Market. Expect stalls from 24 designer-makers, including MuffatPrague, whose reclaimed wood pieces and illustrative works are highly covetable, while Saturday’s House of Illustration fair will feature around 100 inspiring artists. 12-14 July, West Handyside Canopy, N1C (craftyfoxmarket.co.uk)
Liberty London is never not filled with exquisite curiosities, but they’ve upped their game with the new Sunbeam Jackie chandelier. Designed by artist couple Katy and Charlie Napier, and produced in their west Cornwall studio alongside their collection of beautifully bohemian parasols, the bespoke structured lighting features a charming mismatch of vintage fabrics and carries an aesthetic of Eastern promise with a ’70s glow. Price on request (libertylondon.com; sunbeamjackie.com)
Summer is not the conventional time of year to be thinking about a new rug purchase, but one sunshiny carpet has caught our eye this month, and that is La Manufacture Cogolin’s Ellington from the new Personnalités collection. Designed by French-American architect Elliott Barnes, the rug is one of five in the bijou collection, made to order in wool, cotton and jute. The rugs are hand-woven in narrow panels on 19th century jacquard looms before the panels are sewn together by hand. From £7,830 (se-collections.com)
5 Rattan Revival
Akit rattan armchair, £395 (cuckooland.com)
Dutchbone Rumour room divider, £199 (houseology.com)
Vincent Sheppard Vivi plant stand, medium, £195 (nordicmood.co.uk)
Round bamboo two-tier shelf unit, £85 (rockettstgeorge.co.uk)
Lena natural rattan dining chair, £285 (beaumonde.co.uk)
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From dinnerware to lounge chairs, occasional tables to sensational shades, take a look at the very best design in a whole new light Photography CRISTA LEONARD Set design LISA JAHOVIC
Above, from top: Organico espresso cup (with saucer), £16; Oriel mug, £16; Oriel dessert plate, £14; Nature’s Table dessert plate, £14; Oriel bowl, £16 (anthropologie.com); Wedgwood side plate, vintage; Wedgwood Parian ribbon plate, vintage; Oriel dinner plate, £20 (anthropologie.com)
Opposite page, from top: Brdr. Krüger Theodor oiled oak dining chair with grey textile seat, €1,520 (brdr-kruger.com); Robin Day 675 chair in walnut with chrome legs, £320 (conranshop.co.uk); Tom Dixon Slab chair in natural, £630 for a pair (tomdixon.net) This page, from left: Deco velvet dining chair in merlot red, £150 (rockettstgeorge.co.uk); Tom Dixon Fat lounge chair in Mollie Melton fabric with black oak legs, £1,250 (tomdixon.net)
Above, from left: John Booth, Untitled, 2018, lambswool blanket, £540; Ella Kruglyanskaya 100% lambswool blanket, £560 (houseofvoltaire.org)
Right: Hadley cheese knife, from a set of four, £44 (anthropologie.com)
Above, from top: Rodolfo Dordoni design Grant side table in olive glass, ÂŁ3,340 (minottilondon.com); Mag side table short in green ceramic, ÂŁ495 (conranshop.co.uk); Animatic small side table, POA (amysomerville.com)
Above, from left: Jordi Canudas small Dipping light in Amber, £242 (scp.co.uk); iGuzzini Baobab floor lamp in ochre, vintage; Lee Broom Lens Flair pendant light in brushed brass, £850 (leebroomstore.com); Flos IC T1 standard table lamp, £340 (heals.com); Tom Dixon Opal Cone floor light, £600 (tomdixon.net); Makiko pendant in black, large, £249 (heals.com); Isamu Noguchi for Vitra Akari 10A tripod floor lamp, £509 (scp.co.uk)
Above: bloomon medium bouquet with vase, £27.95 (bloomon.co.uk)
Left, from top: Woven cane and velvet cylinder pendant ceiling light in gold mustard, £195 (rockettstgeorge.co.uk); Tiffany lampshades in spearmint and hot pink silk, £295 each (beauvamp.com)
IN THE S A swimming pool is the ultimate residential luxury. The stuff of dream home fantasies, in fact. Whether inside or out, on the surface of it, only a lucky few of us have the space, but with shrewd design ideas there are possibilities: dig down to create an underground home spa; use clever lighting techniques to bring the sunshine in; or make a splash with a multipurpose space that morphs into a pool room at the push of a button by Ali Howard
Design briefs don’t come much more ambitious than this (below). The owners of a large new build house in the suburbs wanted to create an indoor pool that could be hidden away, allowing the space to transform into a modern ballroom. The design required a hydraulic floor for the pool, and carefully selected stone for the main surface, ensuring strength and chemical resistance as well as the ability to withstand any scratches and stains that come with a heavy footfall. A revolutionary ultra-compact surface, Dekton by Cosentino, more than did the job with its elegant aesthetic that gives the room a suitably luxurious finish. (cosentino.com) Swimming pools can come in all shapes and sizes. Limited square footage could be an issue, but to an architect worth their salt, it’s an exciting challenge to rise to. In this Notting Hill townhouse (below, right), a compact, elongated
pool is brought to life with clever lighting that gives the otherwise stark space a cosy, home spa feel. Lighting design practice Nulty were tasked with complementing the room’s minimalist architecture. A line of illumination around the pool is playfully reflected in the water, creating warmth and movement, while the double-height space at the rear is softly lit to give a serene feel. (nultylighting.co.uk)
While an outdoor swimming pool has its obvious benefits, an indoor design can be enjoyed year-round. But why settle for either/ or when you can have the very best of both worlds? Octagon Bespoke, whose raison d’être is delivering dream homes, offer one example that allows for luxurious indoor/outdoor living, whatever the weather. In this modern manor of a new build (bottom), a sizeable indoor pool
WIM lies under a ceiling of glass sky lights, protecting swimmers from the elements yet keeping the space light and bright, while a full wall of fold back glass doors opens up the space beautifully on sunnier days. (octagonbespoke.com)
A residential swimming pool, despite its reputation as a barometer of affluence and excess, isn’t just for lounging. With the rise of the home gym comes a more functional approach to home pools – at times we want to put in some serious lengths rather than float off on an inflatable flamingo, piña colada in hand. Increasingly, homeowners are digging down to create a subterranean pool room that doesn’t rely on natural rays, but which recreates a luxurious hotel spa with ambient mood lighting. Take inspiration from the sumptuous 20m swimming pool (right), complete with Jacuzzi and private gym, at Holland Park Villas. (hollandparkvillas.com)
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Another residential swimming pool from Octagon Bespoke that not only ups the luxury game, but which belies the British weather, is this heated outdoor infinity pool in the grounds of a grand family house. Carved dramatically into the very landscape of the new build’s plot, the design makes the most of its undulating surrounds – look outwards and you’re immediately at one with nature, seemingly without the confines of concrete. You’ll need a commodious back yard to install an outdoor swimming pool with a vanishing edge, but if you are spatially blessed, the horizon’s the limit. (octagonbespoke.com)
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Opposite: House plants give the new-build apartment a homely touch Right: The dark wood unit is offset with pretty pink and rich metallics
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This young, fashion-forward businesswoman initially rented her two-bed flat in central London, but it was only once she’d bought it that she could really call it home – with more than a little help from interior designer Sonia Pash and her ingenious storage solutions by Ali Howard
How has owning the flat improved your lifestyle? The change was incredible. I rented the flat furnished for a year before buying it, and even after all that time it didn’t feel like home. There’s something deeply demotivating about living with generic, low-quality rental furniture packages. The flat itself was charming but the furniture was unsuitable and there wasn’t enough storage. When I saw it after the fit-out I couldn’t believe it was the same space, the change was immense and it felt immediately homely. How did you work with Sonia and the Temza team to create the look? They took me through some beautiful colour schemes and design options, and they had some excellent ideas on how to maximise the space. We went through everything, right down to the size of my handbags, making sure to find the perfect storage solutions for all my items. It’s amazing how easy it is to keep the flat looking tidy when everything has its place.
Tell me about the use of colour and texture We picked lots of light, warm neutrals as the base, then layered it with blushes and darker blues, which makes it look stylish, but also very lived in. The textures are exceptionally playful; lots of geometric patterns that connect the rooms. The master bedroom has a diamond patterned wallpaper and that’s echoed in the bedside tables, which are three dimensional in texture. What’s your go-to brand for interiors? Amara is my absolute favourite; they have only great pieces! Their collection’s curated from different manufacturers so you can browse for anything you need in one place, which is useful if you’re not familiar with all the interior brands out there. Can you talk me through some of the hidden storage spaces in the apartment? In the hallway there are large bronze mirrored panels with coat storage behind them.
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Left: Light neutrals are layered with blushes and darker blues in the bedroom, giving a stylish, lived in look Bottom left: Bronze mirrored panels in the hallway hide coat storage behind them
And the storage bench is a great addition: it has various compartments for hats, gloves, scarves and all those other bits and bobs you never quite know where to put. You could easily miss the bespoke shoe storage, which is my favourite of all the joinery. Temza did a fantastic job here and turned a dead area into the most functional space. When they first showed me the design I thought it was a dream! And how did they manage to accommodate your sartorial collection? We have completely redesigned the wardrobe to make it much more practical – there were lots of unused corners before, which are now optimised. The upside-down U-shaped storage in the second bedroom was entirely the design team’s idea. It’s the perfect space for suitcases. The design is really smart: the nook in the middle accommodates a sofa bed, and there’s a niche on either side that functions as a bedside table. How does the living room successfully marry form and function? It has some beautiful additions! The bespoke media unit is a real feature with its natural brass dividers, and the bespoke desk area echoes the design, so everything looks pretty neat together. Still, they both have quite a lot of closed storage, so I have space for all my important papers and folders, which is an absolute must if you have a home office. Which is your favourite room? My wardrobe! Everyone’s going crazy right now about decluttering your closet and getting rid of half your clothes. And if that makes you happy, you should do that. But what you can do instead is get your wardrobe professionally designed to maximise the storage space and keep all your clothes. Now, doesn’t that sound a thousand times more appealing? temza.co.uk
“We went through everything, right down to the size of my handbags, making sure to find the perfect storage solutions for all my items”
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With the majority of local housing stock coming in the form of stuccoed terraces, all Grade I and Grade II listed, Regent’s Park locals are lucky folk indeed. In the early 1800s, architect John Nash (of Brighton Pavilion fame), at the request of the Prince Regent, designed a vast rounded park with an ornamental lake and landscaped gardens, surrounded by palatial terraces – it remains very much the same to this day. Enjoying unrivalled views of the calm, manicured spaces of the Royal park, residents also benefit from having the very best of Marylebone, St. John’s Wood and Primrose Hill’s amenities on their doorstep, not to mention being perfectly positioned to make the most of what’s on offer in central London. This is urban living at its most civilised; no surprise, then, that properties here are some of the most sought after in the Capital
Did you know? A little over a hundred years ago, London Zoo welcomed a black American bear named Winnipeg. Nicknamed Winnie, she was mascot for a Canadian regiment fighting in the First World War, who gifted her to the zoo on their way to fight across the Channel in France. Having been handreared following the death of her mother, she was good natured and loved human company. She soon became a well-loved character with visitors to the zoo, notably with author A. A. Milne and his son Christopher Robin, whose fondness for the bear was immortalised in the classic tales of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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Arlington Residential “With over 400 acres of gardens, an outdoor theatre and a boating lake, Regent’s Park is great for family days out. You’ll find some of the finest homes in London within the stucco Nash terraces of the Outer Circle, with Cumberland Terrace offering some of the most elegant apartments, and Chester Terrace and Hanover Terrace offering family houses set back from the road behind beautiful gardens.”
Zach Madison Savills
“Regent’s Park is an exclusive area that appeals to a cross-section of superprime buyers. There’s a variety of property types in the area; most famously, the park itself is lined with grand terraces designed by John Nash. When it comes to prices, being close to green space commands a significant premium – as much as 24 per cent for properties neighbouring the park.”
Little Black Book Linda Pilkington
founder and creator at Ormonde Jayne Perfumery “I’ve lived in this area for 20 years and the best thing is the amount of lush green parkland surrounding us. At least four times a week, after dropping off our children at school, I start the day with a 5km jog in Regent’s Park. I never get tired of it: watching Tai Chi groups at dawn, or American students playing Ultimate Frisbee. I’m also about to go for my first outdoor trapeze session at the Gorilla Circus in Regent’s Park, which will be a test of nerves! If it’s a weekend, we are members of the Regent’s Park Tennis Club and we can now play doubles with our two sons and hold amazing rallies – it’s the best fun. Our other favourite institution is the Open Air Theatre – it’s still a novelty to be able to walk to the theatre, sit under the stars, have a roast chicken
Street hearts Regent’s Park
It’s hard to pick a favourite from amongst the Nash terraces, but this one, on the eastern side of the park, with its decorative arches and neoclassical style, is right up there
salad and watch the amazing productions they put on there. We are going to see A Midsummer Night’s Dream soon and there couldn’t be a better setting (as long as it doesn’t rain!). For eating out I love Gordon Ramsay’s York & Albany and I still pop back to my old area for Harry Morgan’s chicken soup. If it’s a special occasion, Odette’s is unbeatable. My other local favourites are Joshua Altack for the best blowdry in the world and Richard Dare’s kitchen shop, which is a haven of high quality glasses, eggcups and everything in between, and I can’t not mention their amazing customer service.” ormondejayne.com
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Not only stuccoed terraces, but also villas of differing proportions and styles, including Gothic, Italianate and Tudor – what we wouldn’t give to live here
Facing the park at the northern end of Portland Place, this elegant terrace was originally designed as a circle, but only the bottom half of it was built
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Local heroes ZSL London Zoo
For Jeremy Rosenblatt of Dexters, this world-famous animal enclosure is a no-brainer when it comes to recommending a Regent’s Park local hero. “Even if you’re not visiting the Zoo itself,” he says, “you may hear the squawk of a unique bird, or a lion’s rumbling roar, or you could be going for a stroll through the park and before you know it you’re next to the giraffe enclosure. A recent, and popular, addition to the London Zoo family is a two-toed sloth named Elio, who was born in May this year.” Outer Circle, NW1 (0344 225 1826; zsl.org)
Open Air Theatre
This much-loved amphitheatre, tucked away in the heart of leafy Regent’s Park, is a gem for London’s theatre lovers who fancy a change of pace from the always-bustling West End. “It is truly magical,” says Dean Whitley from Chancellors, “particularly when you get a warm summer’s evening under the stars. I’ve seen a number of productions here and they often feature a Shakespeare play. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which runs until 27 July, is the obvious classic. Not to be missed.” Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, NW1 (openairtheatre.com)
Undoubtedly one for in-the-know locals, this hidden gem of an eatery is set within an unassuming residential block. You’d be forgiven, then, for passing it by, but you mustn’t pass up the chance to dine here. Recommended by Emlyn Parks from Chestertons, not least for the restaurant’s proximity to Regent’s Park, you can expect a menu full of French classics delivered to your linen-covered table with old school charm. Charlbert Street, NW8 (020 7722 8795; oslocourtrestaurant.co.uk)
FOR THE LOVE OF SPORT ACKNOWLEDGING ITS IMPACT ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND STUDENT WELLBEING, ONE NORTH LONDON SCHOOL EXPLAINS WHY IT HAS CHOSEN TO TAKE A MORE MODERN APPROACH TO TEACHING SPORT
*Research from the Youth Sport Trust, October 2018.
here’s no doubt about the many benefits of regular physical activity, from improved physical and mental health to the proven positive effect on academic achievement. But with teenage angst, exam pressure and the seeming need for large school grounds, sport still has to compete for its place on the curriculum. While 38 per cent of English secondary schools have cut timetabled PE for 14 to 16-yearolds*, North Bridge House Senior Canonbury, perhaps unexpectedly, proves that sport can be a success in small but high-achieving schools. The quaint Grade II listed Tudor home to 11 to 18-year-olds is without on-site sport facilities and is known for its outstanding results – 27 per cent 9 grades at GCSE, and 28 per cent A*-A at A-Level – in the classroom as opposed to on the pitch. With 18 different sports on the curriculum however, and 14 additional after school sports, the school’s unique offering challenges that of more traditional private schools and has a clear impact on students’ academic performance, as well as their physical, social and emotional wellbeing. “We take a more modern approach to sport than a lot of independent schools:
rather than focusing on one sport per term, rugby or netball for example, we try to provide as many different activities as possible and find that one sport for everyone,” says the school’s Head of PE, Dan O’Neil. With the growing concern around mental wellbeing in young people, as well as childhood obesity, NBH Senior Canonbury’s aim is for students to find a lifelong enthusiasm for sport, promoting physical education as part of a deep, rich and exciting curriculum. “Students may not find that enthusiasm in traditional sports, particularly if they have not made the Sunday league first team or just aren’t stereotypically athletic, but they may do from alternatives like kayaking, climbing, or mountain biking,” continues the Head of PE. “It is important that young people
have the opportunity to express and challenge themselves physically, work together as well as individually, and experience a variety of different environments and activities.” NBH Senior Canonbury’s prime north London location facilitates its broad sporting curriculum, with students frequenting the best facilities for outdoor adventure and water sports, as well yoga, martial arts and fitness classes. From the Sobell Leisure Centre to Highbury Fields and Lee Valley White Water Centre, all students are exposed to the 18 sports on the curriculum in Years 7 and 8, revisiting them in Years 9 and 10 to develop their skills and interests. Nearly all those sports are then available at GCSE, with core sport still on the curriculum for students not taking PE as a GCSE option. Students do particularly well in individual sports, with NBH Senior
Canonbury also helping to engage them in specialist coaching outside of school. With a sister double act who have become renowned national swimming champions, as well as a shot putt gold medallist and now regional representative in the ISA (Independent School’s Association) Athletics Competition, the school is equally committed to promoting girls in sport. However, even for pupils who, when they join the school, do not identify with sport, NBH Senior Canonbury uses its PE lessons to engage the many, boost selfconfidence, replace adolescent insecurities with self-esteem, and encourage a strong competitive spirit, proving that, in sport, there’s something for everyone. For more information, call 020 7428 1520 or see northbridgehouse.com
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Regent High School What attracted you to the school? Its ethos and vision as a community school that seeks the best for its students and their families. I also knew that I would be able to support the school to become even better. How would you sum it up in a sentence? Regent High School is a dynamic, innovative, inclusive school that supports its students to achieve academically, socially and culturally.
A league of their own You wouldn’t buy a car just because Jeremy Clarkson likes it. So why would you choose a school just because it tops a league table? “League tables aren’t without value, but they’re a blunt instrument,” says Brendan Pavey, head of North Bridge House Senior Hampstead. “They only allow you to compare schools by exam results – there’s no data on the other benefits of attending, or the ability of the children going in.” What’s more, schools obsessed with league tables may ignore the fact that children develop at different stages. Which could lead them to turn down 11-year-olds who go on to ace their GCSEs. A constant focus on exam results can also encourage children to focus on shortterm, rather than lifelong learning. “All this puts a lot of stress on the child, and totally goes against our belief that their welfare comes first,” says Brendan. This belief is also why Brendan favours mixedability education – but what exactly does that mean? “Even the most selective school is mixed ability, as there can only ever be one child at the top of the class,” he explains. “We’re different in
that we define ability as strength at any topic, not just English or maths. So our range of abilities is broader.” This approach allows North Bridge House to celebrate every child’s strengths, wherever they lie. “We design our GCSE curriculum so children have a free choice in the subjects they take,” says Brendan. “This means they love what they do, while learning to appreciate difference and have an open mind.” Parents are increasingly recognising the value, too – especially when they see the results. “It’s a nice surprise to our parents to discover that our results are way above the national average,” says Brendan. “But that’s secondary. Our primary motivation is to create an inspiring education.” If you’re still struggling with the idea of mixed ability, Brendan has this advice. “Listen to what universities and employers say they’re looking for: young people who are collaborative, creative and resilient, with practical as well as academic ability. A school like ours can develop those skills while bringing out the best in every child.” northbridgehouse.com
The shortlist: Regent’s Park Regent High School State co-ed school for pupils aged 11 to 19 (020 7387 0126; regent highschool.org.uk) Southbank International School Westminster Independent co-ed day
Christ Church CE for girls aged 11 to 18 school for pupils aged (020 7723 0176; 11 to 19 (020 7436 9699; Primary School State co-ed school for pupils fhs-nw1.org.uk) southbank.org) aged 3 to 11 (020 7387 North Bridge 7881; cchurchnw1. House Prep School camden.sch.uk) Independent co-ed day Francis Holland school for pupils aged 7 to 13 (020 7267 6266; School, Regent’s Park northbridgehouse.com) Independent day school
What makes it different? We place great pride in our network of partners, who support what we do in and beyond the classroom. We’re the only secondary school member of the Knowledge Quarter, working alongside 100 knowledge-rich organisations within a mile of King’s Cross. We offered over 100 trips last year, and worked with partner schools in Europe, to give our students and staff opportunities to learn more about the worlds of study and work. We also have a phenomenally hardworking team that I’m hugely proud to lead. How would you describe the atmosphere? Fantastic! I love walking around the school during lesson time and seeing students working hard to achieve their ambitions. What’s your personal educational ethos? I believe very firmly in education as a tool for social mobility. Education allows disadvantaged young people to walk shoulderto-shoulder with their more affluent peers. Regent High School, Chalton Street, NW1 (020 7387 0126; regenthighschool.org.uk)
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Located on the east side of Regent’s Park, with easy access to both Marylebone High Street and the West End, this is the very definition of a London townhouse. Arranged over five floors and boasting five bedrooms, four bathrooms and five reception rooms, the Grade I listed residence is everything you’d expect from a classic John Nash terrace – and more. Suffice to say, the park views are spectacular, as is the interior, with original period features beautifully maintained and looking their very best. A dream home, parkside. £10.95 million, Sandfords (020 7723 9988; sandfords.com)
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This interior designed one-bed pad is set within a former sweet factory, but its industrial bones belie its homely, residential feel. The apartment has been finished to a high standard and offers plenty of plush living accommodation including a 29 ft open-plan reception room, complete with fitted kitchen. The double bedroom boasts fitted storage while a luxurious bathroom is a modern sanctuary. Positioned west of the park with all the delights of Marylebone on your doorstep, this is the perfect pied-à-terre. £850,000, Savills (020 3043 3600; savills.com)
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This Grade II listed Nash residence has seen an impressive refurbishment with thoughtfully planned accommodation that puts entertaining at the fore. A perfect family townhouse, the property boasts five bedrooms, including a master complete with his and hers dressing rooms as well as a large en suite bathroom. Three further bathrooms, all beautifully finished, a drawing room, family room, reception and dining rooms add to the list of commodious and luxurious living space. But best, of course, is the proximity to the park. £8.75 million, Aston Chase (020 7724 4724; astonchase.com)
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“Your agent should be giving you realistic advice, although you must realise he or she is also trying to win your business, and these two points can sometimes conflict. The Brexit market is tough but there is a market and your agent should be giving you options, even if you don’t like them. This will often be down to price, and a good agent will be providing as much evidence as possible on market activity. This means they should have knowledge of the whole market and not just their own stock, recent sales and general market sentiment. A good agent will also be keeping a keen eye on marketing. If your property has been on the market for a while it may need freshening up, maybe new photos and a relaunch to make sure it’s at the top end of portal listings and social media platforms. All the above requires a good agent in a good firm, who has real market knowledge and connections. Don’t be afraid to ask for their most realistic advice as it may well lead to a sale!
PARKLIFE Sandfords have announced their sponsorship of the Regent’s Park Music Festival, which runs every Sunday, throughout the summer, until 8 September. Expect a variety of music performances lasting all afternoon – a perfect blend of local concert bands, big jazz bands and small groups and choirs, all of which can be enjoyed for free, from the comfort of your picnic blanket. This year, the festival has teamed up with the Marylebone Music Festival and Jewish Music Institute to provide bigger and better performances than ever, with 25 scheduled concerts. Andrew Ellinas, Director of Sandfords says: “We are delighted to be able to support such a wonderful event, one that will certainly brighten up Sundays in the Park. It will be a fantastic free treat for all the family!” Regent’s Park is looking like the perfect spot to spend your summer Sundays. For more details, visit royalparks.org.uk
I love London because… it remains a powerful media, business and cultural hub and is still considered an influential city. It offers outstanding educational opportunities, business and financial services; a talented workforce and it remains one of the top tourist destinations on the planet. What’s not to love! First London home? A fourbed post-war semi in NW9, which is now situated in one of the Mayor of London’s top regeneration zones. The area is seeing tremendous growth. If I wasn’t an estate agent I’d be… a happy philanthropist. If not London, where? I don’t think that anywhere really compares to London in terms of a sound long-term property investment. Favourite place? Hampstead Heath. Discovering nature with my young grandchildren is relaxing and fun. Who would you like to take out in London? David Cameron for a pep talk: What the heck did you do? Aliens attack – which London landmark would you save? If Her Majesty the Queen is not in residence at Buckingham Palace, then I would save the Houses of Parliament as it’s one of the most striking and recognisable architectural landmarks the world over. Tower Bridge would be a close runner-up. Creature comfort? My driver! I couldn’t pack in so many appointments without him.
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A superlative two bedroom raised ground floor apartment with wonderful high ceilings, wood floor, large windows, bespoke shutters and a fire place. Belsize Crescent is enviably located just off the ever popular area of Belsize Village, offering an array of cafes, independent shops and restaurants. EPC rating D
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Arranged over the top of a grand period residence is this recently refurbished apartment situated in the heart of Little Venice. The interior designed accommodation comprises two double bedrooms with built-in storage, two luxury bathrooms, high specification kitchen with access to a large 21 ft. reception with views over the Crescent Garden. EPC rating D
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A truly exceptional and newly refurbished lateral three bedroom apartment (168 sq m/1,817 sq ft), situated on the fourth floor within this prestigious and highly sought after building. The well-designed accommodation features high ceilings throughout offering generous entertaining space. North Gate is within close proximity to Regent’s Park & St John’s Wood Underground Station (Jubilee Line).
ACCOMMODATION AND AMENITIES Principal bedroom with luxury en-suite bathroom, two further bedrooms (both en-suite), entrance hall, reception room, separate fitted kitchen, fitted wardrobes & storage cupboards, 24 hour porterage, plans for a residents gym, passenger lift, entry phone, communal gardens, off street parking within a driveway (first come first served), charging points for electric vehicles. EPC= E.
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Situated opposite Regent’s Canal and set over three floors. This beautifully presented three bedroom maisonette (135 sq m/1,469 sq ft) offers generous living and entertaining space with a private terrace that leads directly onto the communal gardens. Blomfield Road is superbly located in close proximity to the shops and restaurants of both Clifton Road and Formosa Street and Warwick Avenue Underground Station (Bakerloo Line).
ACCOMMODATION AND AMENITIES Principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom, two further bedrooms (both en-suite), bespoke open-plan kitchen/dining area, reception room, direct access to a private terrace and communal gardens. EPC=D.
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BARNESS COURT, WESTBOURNE TERRACE, W2 Â£425,000 A bright and spacious studio apartment with French doors leading out to a balcony and is situated on the sixth floor (with lift) of this attractive period terrace. The apartment comprises of a generous studio room, seperate kitchen, bathroom and wood flooring. Barness Court is excellently placed for transport links including the nearest underground stations, Lancaster Gate (Central line) and Paddington (Bakerloo, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City Lines); as well as Paddington mainline railway station, providing city, national and international connections via the Heathrow Express. Motorists enjoy fast access to the Westfield Shopping Centre and easy access to the M40 via the nearby A40. Balcony / Approx. 447 Sq Ft / EPC Rating: E / Leasehold
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Goldhurst Terrace NW6 £1,600,000 Located within the highly desirable South Hampstead Conservation Area within easy reach of transport, shops and excellent local schools, this impressive three bedroom garden apartment additionally offers a superb self-contained one/two bedroom annexe.
150 sq m/1614 sq ft Four bedrooms, two bathrooms 32’ open plan reception Private entrance Terrace and 50’ garden
West Hampstead Office 020 7794 7111
South Hampstead 020 7625 4567 email@example.com
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West Hampstead 020 7794 7111 email@example.com
Kentish Town 020 7485 0400 firstname.lastname@example.org
Property Management Kensal Rise 020 8960 4845 020 7433 6174 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Little Venice, W9
An unusual, spacious (Approx. 149 sq m)first and second floor maisonette with a terrace giving views over the Crescent communal gardens. The maisonette has many features including an elegant reception room with high ceilings and access to a front balcony. Forming part of a white stucco fronted house the property is well situated minutes away from local amenities. 3 Double Bedrooms. Bathroom. Shower Room. Kitchen.2 Reception Rooms. Terrace. Communal Gardens. EPC Rating D
Share of Freehold
211-213 Sutherland Avenue, Little Venice, London W9 1RU T: 020 7289 1692 E: email@example.com W: www.vickersestateagents.com
Spencer Drive, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London, N2 ÂŁP.O.A. | Freehold A spacious and bright double fronted detached house placed in this charming road just off Holne Chase and Neville Drive. The open expanse of the Heath Extension are a short walk away. This family home offers well planned accommodation arranged over three levels and is presented in excellent internal decorative condition. Viewing is highly advised. The accommodation comprises a principal Suite of Bedroom, Dressing Room and En Suite Shower Four further bedrooms | Three en suite shower rooms | Family Bathroom | Family Room Lounge/Dining Room | Kitchen/Morning Room | Utility Room | Cloakroom | Detached garage Off street parking | Gardens to three sides | EPC = E Hampstead Garden Suburb Office | 020 8458 5000
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A beautiful detached house Clifton Hill, NW8 St. John's Wood Underground Station: 0.8 miles Reception room, kitchen, dining room, master bedroom suite, 4 further bedrooms (all en suite), 3 shower rooms, guest cloakroom, study, cinema, gym, garden, off-street parking, EPC = C
Freehold | 4,267 sq ft | Guide ÂŁ6.95 million
Zach Madison Savills St John's Wood & Regent's Park Residential Sales 020 3043 3609 firstname.lastname@example.org
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FITZROVIA APARTMENTS, BOLSOVER STREET, W1 An immaculate 2/3 bedroom with 24/7 concierge
email@example.com druce.com 020 7935 6535
£1,850,000 STC SOLE AGENT
A fantastic 2nd floor, west facing apartment block which was built 6 years ago and presented in excellent condition.The accommodation comprises a large open plan reception which interconnects with a dining room, which could also be used as a 3rd bedroom, as there is a sliding door which closes off the two rooms if required.There are two double bedrooms and two bathrooms.This is an excellent property in a sought after building which boasts excellent 24 hour porterage, thereby being a perfect home for those who are extremely security conscious or wanting a ‘’lock up and leave’’ haven. ACCOMMODATION & AMENITIES Entrance Hall * Reception Room with Open Plan Kitchen Dining Room/3rd Bedroom * Master Bedroom with Ensuite Bathroom * 2nd Double Bedroom Shower Room * Guest WC Amenities *Passenger Lift * Independent Heating and Hot Water * 24 hour porterage * EPC Rating C Leasehold Approx 119 Years
FARADAY HOUSE, BLANDFORD STREET W1 A spectacular and generous 1 bedroom apartment
£1,400,000 STC SHARE OF FREEHOLD
A brilliant one bedroom duplex apartment, situated on the third and fourth floor of this popular development that was built 15 years ago. The apartment measures over 800 sq ft and consists of an open plan kitchen/reception room, guest cloakroom and storage cupboard on the third floor. On the fourth floor there is a good sized double bedroom with built-in storage and en-suite bathroom. This apartment also has the added benefit of comfort cooling in the kitchen/reception room and bedroom. ACCOMMODATION & AMENITIES Entrance Hall * Open Plan Reception Room/Kitchen * Double Bedroom with Ensuite Bathroom * Guest WC * Comfort Cooling in the Kitchen/ Reception Room and Bedroom * 24 Hour Porterage * Lift * Underground Parking Space * Storage Cupboard
HAMPSTEAD, NW3 A fine example of a lovingly maintained Victorian house, providing well proportioned rooms throughout, full of wonderful charm and characterful period features. There are six double bedrooms and two bathrooms, plus an attractive double reception and a tastefully modernised kitchen. An idyllic south/east facing garden is to the rear of the property, with the possibility of further enhancing the internal space by developing into the side return, subject to the necessary planning consent. Cressy Road is a quiet residential street, where vehicular traffic is restricted to one-way. The lovely setting of South End Green and its many shops and restaurants is a very short walk away, along with the fantastic open space of Hampstead Heath. SIX BEDROOMS • DOUBLE RECEPTION • MODERN KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM • TWO BATHROOMS • LARGE LOFT ROOM • SOUTH EAST FACING GARDEN • RESIDENTS PERMIT PARKING • EPC
£2,250,000 - Freehold - Sole Agent
2 Fleet Road, NW3 2QS
020 7482 4282
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HIGHGATE, N6 A modern masterpiece. This beautifully designed modern house in this sought after road is a visual delight. It’s practical too and the attention to detail in the thoughtfully planned accommodation is evident. With 3 double bedrooms, wonderful entertaining space, a luxury fitted kitchen and a professionally landscaped private garden. this is a truly special home. The property is conveniently located approximately 200 metres from Highgate Northern line Underground Station, plentiful busses, local shops and both Highgate and Queens Woods. Reception • Fabulously equipped Kitchen /Family Reception Room • Fully Fitted Pantry • Utility Room • Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom • 2 Further Double Bedrooms with En Suite Shower Rooms • Guest Cloakroom • 100’ Landscaped Garden • Secure Parking for two Cars • Electric Car Fast Charger • Very Convenient Location • Underfloor Gas Heating • CAT 6 Wiring • Custom Joinery Throughout • EPC B
£2,095,000 – Main Agent
HIGHGATE, N6 A truly magnificent double fronted Victorian house arranged over two floors only. With 4 double bedrooms and approaching 3,000 sq ft (including the garage), this property has been substantially and sympathetically reconfigured. Its “Wow factor” interior invites you to explore the generous living space which is as much suited to lavish entertaining as it is to cosy family nights in. Its beautiful landscaped garden still houses an original brick built Victorian stable. There is further potential to extend (STC) into the large loft, if required. Master Bedroom with Bathroom En Suite • 3 Further Double Bedrooms • Family Bathroom • Large Double Aspect Reception • Beautifully Fitted Kitchen • Dining Room • Study • Utility Room • Cloakroom • Landscaped Garden • Original Stable Building • Garage • Off Street Parking • Central Highgate Location • Potential to Extend (STC) • EPC D
£3,250,000 – Sole Agent
61 Highgate High St, N6 5JY
020 8348 8131
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Fitzjohns Avenue, NW3 ÂŁ1,550,000 Leasehold A stunning three bedroom apartment that spans the entire first floor of a handsome period building, taking in a leafy vista across the communal garden. EPC: C Hamptons Hampstead 020 3151 5470 firstname.lastname@example.org
Daleham Gardens, NW3 ÂŁ1,850,000 Share of Freehold A charming four bedroom raised ground floor flat offering characterful accommodation, with private entrance, rear garden and off street parking. EPC: D Hamptons Hampstead 020 3151 5470 email@example.com
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SPRINGFIELD ROAD, ST JOHN'S WOOD, NW8 Stunning detached family house providing spacious accommodation arranged over three ﬂoors. Four Reception Rooms - Six Bedrooms - Four Bathrooms - Kitchen - Cloakroom - Garden - Oﬀ Street Parking - 3875 sq ft EPC Rating D FOR SALE:
TO LET: £4,250 PER WEEK *fees apply
*£264 inc of VAT to include tenancy agreement & referencing per property. Please contact us for further information.
OFFICES AT KNIGHTSBRIDGE & MARBLE ARCH
CASTLEACRE, HYDE PARK CRESCENT, W2 A bright and spacious three bedroom apartment located on the seventh ﬂoor of a prestigious purpose built block on the Hyde Park Estate. Reception Room/Dining Room - Kitchen - Three Double Bedrooms - Two Shower Rooms - Guest Cloakroom - Lift - 24 Hour Concierge 1549 sq ft - EPC Rating C FURNISHED
£1250 PER WEEK *fees apply *£264 inc of VAT to include tenancy agreement & referencing per property. Please contact us for further information.
MARBLE ARCH: 29 EDGWARE ROAD LONDON W2 2JE 020 7724 3100
020 7435 3344 firstname.lastname@example.org
WEST HEATH PLACE, LONDON, NW11 SHARE OF FREEHOLD
Residential Sales Lettings & Property Management
ÂŁ2,550,000 / ÂŁ1,750 PW SOLE AGENT
A magnificent, luxuriously appointed, penthouse apartment with panoramic views across North and West London, located within a prestigious contemporary block. The property provides 2500 sq ft (232 sq m) of accommodation and benefits from underfloor heating, double glazing, 2 private balconies, underground parking, a porter, lift and communal gardens. This beautiful home is offered in immaculate decorative order and includes 3 bedrooms suites and an exceptional reception room with open plan kitchen, it is additionally conveniently located within 150 metres of Golders Hill Park, the facilities of Golders Green and Finchley Road . 3 bedrooms | 3 en suite bathrooms | dressing area | double reception room | open plan kitchen | cloakroom | underground parking EPC = B
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30 Years Experience in Marylebone Village
HARLEY PLACE, MARYLEBONE VILLAGE, LONDON W1 A unique opportunity to acquire a mews in one of the most sought after mews in Marylebone Village. This two bedroom property benefits from high ceilings, garage and private garden. Comprises of entrance hall, reception room, two bedrooms, bathroom, shower room, cloakroom, garage, garden, study and a kitchen and is approximately 1,498 sq ft ( 139 sq m) located in a cul de sac in the heart of the Marylebone Village. Harley Place is located moments away from the shopping facilities of Marylebone High Street. Bond Street, Oxford Circus underground stations together with access to the A40/M40 are within close proximity. The open spaces of Regents Park are also nearby. Please see website for full details
LEASEHOLD: APPROXIMATELY 101 YEARS REMAINING ÂŁ2,500,000
QUEEN ANNE STREET, MARYLEBONE VILLAGE, LONDON W1 An extremely spacious three double bedroom apartment in a very desirable location on the 6th floor with lift boasting stunning views across Central London. The property comprises of large reception room with windows facing south and west providing it with great light at all times of the day, fully fitted contemporary kitchen with space for breakfast table, very generous master bedroom with ample storage and en-suite bathroom, two further large double bedrooms both with storage and a family shower room. The property benefits from neutral decor, high quality fixtures and fittings and being on the 6th floor, a wealth of natural light. Queen Anne Street is ideally located, close to the wide array of boutiques and eateries on Marylebone High Street. Bond Street and Oxford Circus Underground Stations are both within a 5 minute walking distance. Please see website for full details
ÂŁ1,100 PER WEEK
+44 (0) 20 7486 4111
ELGIN MEWS SOUTH MAIDA VALE W9 FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED £1,995 PER WEEK PLUS FEES PRINCIPAL AGENT
An opportunity to rent a stunning interior designed 3 double bedroom, 3 bathroom mews house (207 sq m/2,234 sq ft) that has been the subject of an extensive and complete refurbishment. Elgin Mews South is situated only moments away from Maida Vale Underground Station (Bakerloo Line).
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ACCOMMODATION AND AMENITIES Principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom, two further bedrooms (en-suites), open plan reception room/dining room/kitchen, guest cloakroom, intruder alarm, intercom system with monitors on each floor, terrace, courtyard, integral garage, 10 year new build warranty. EPC=A.
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ST JOHN’S WOOD, NW8 A semi detached low-built family home (approx. 3,682 sq.ft. - 342.1 sq.m.) primarily arranged over 2 floors within secure gated grounds, along this lovely tree lined road backing onto Lords Cricket Ground and within easy walking distance of St John’s Wood High Street, the Underground Station (Jubilee line) and only 2 miles from the West End.
020 7722 7222
105 ST. J OHN’S WOOD T ERRACE , L ONDON NW8 6PL email: stjohnswood@behrandbutc hoff.com
2/3 Reception Rooms ■ 5/6 Bedrooms ■ 3 Bathrooms (2 En Suite) ■ Guest WC ■ 66ft Lawned Garden Off Street Parking ■ EPC E £3,750 per week Unfurnished Joint Sole Agent
34 1984 - 2018
LYNDHURST LODGE NW3
LUXURY APARTMENT TO LET 3 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms Second floor with lift access High specification 1721 sqft | £1,975 per week Moments from Hampstead High Street, transport links and local amenities
BOYDELL COURT NW8
APARTMENTS AND PENTHOUSES TO LET 3 to 4 bedrooms 2 to 3 bathrooms starting from £895 per week Set within a secure gated complex with 24 hour Concierge and off street parking
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£350 per week Furnished
1 Bedroom | Reception | 1 Bathroom | Shared Terrace Nearby Amenities | Near Archway Tube Station | EPC-D Highgate 020 8341 2335
£1,600 per week Furnished
4 Bedrooms | Reception | 4 Bathrooms | Detached House Balcony & Patio Garden | Cinema Room | EPC-B Hampstead 020 7435 9681
£450 per week Furnished
2 Bedrooms | Reception | 2 Bathrooms | Apartment | Balcony Secure Parking | Nearby Colindale Tube Station | EPC-C Beaufort Park 020 8732 7980
£650 per week Furnished
£525 per week Furnished
3 Bedrooms | Reception | 2 Bathrooms | Apartment Close to Amenities | Near Tube & Overground | EPC-D
2 Bedrooms | Reception | 2 Bathrooms | Balcony Communal Garden | Near Highgate Tube Station | EPC-C
Hampstead 020 7435 9681
Highgate 020 8341 2335
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