THE PARK PENTHOUSE
The word Penthouse brings to mind far reaching views, generous outside space and the feeling of quiet solace from the restless energy of the streets below. Ideas of privacy, luxury and convenience.
The Park Penthouse evokes all of these emotions. It holds a prominent position across the top three floors of a unique twenty-six storey structure, its large scale woven pattern defining the building's facade, conceived as a piece of sculptural art by Stephen Marshall Architects.
The apartment’s calm neutral interiors offer the perfect juxtaposition to the aluminium and glass exterior of the building. The sun moves around the building throughout the course of the day, illuminating the skyline during the morning, and then in the afternoon and early evening, bathing the apartment in an almost ethereal warm glow.
KING HENRY'S ROAD
A beautifully proportioned garden maisonette (198 sq m/2145 sq ft) set over the raised ground and garden levels of a semi detached Victorian villa, featuring its own private entrance and a 65 foot south facing garden.
The garden level accommodation provides excellent entertaining space with a seamless flow between the dining area, reception space, kitchen and garden. On the raised ground floor, the bedroom area provides a quiet sanctuary with views over the garden from two of the rooms.
A beautifully appointed raised ground floor apartment (111 sq m/ 1200 sq ft) set on one of West Hampstead’s finest roads, featuring a private 60 foot rear garden.
The apartment was the subject of a complete refurbishment and extension, overseen by award winning architects and designers Architecture for London, with three goals in mind, creating an abundance of natural light, optimising the space and maximising storage.