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A stucco fronted, Grade II Listed single family residence.  One of the few remaining houses on Cadogan Place to have retained its adjoining mews house on Cadogan Lane.  

The principal residence at Cadogan Place enjoys direct west facing views over an elegant, residents-only communal garden.

Award winning architecture and interior design practice SHH have been asked to reimagine the internal space and in doing so, design a layout which provided a seamless flow between the principal residence and the mews house.

What has emerged from the process is a detailed understanding of what’s possible at Cadogan Place, and the opportunity for an incoming purchaser to create a truly bespoke London home.

A home both rich in history and architectural detail, and at the same time modern, comfortable and luxurious.

An outstanding opportunity.



Allingham Court is the perfect balance of luxury, convenience and security, all less than 0.6 of a mile from the 800 acres of wild open spaces at Hampstead Heath, and just over 5 miles from Marble Arch.

Constructed in around 1887 on land which had at one time been part of the Bishop of London's hunting park, The Bishops Avenue was from the outset intended to be the setting for expensive homes.

The apartment features exceptionally generous entertaining space, superbly proportioned rooms, ceiling heights in excess of 3 metres, and has been interior designed and finished to an exceptionally high standard.

Newly built in 2008, Allingham Court is a luxury development of only twelve apartments, all of which benefit from access to leisure facilities including a swimming pool, gym, secure underground parking, 24 hour concierge service with monitored CCTV, and a landscaped communal garden.

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As you enter Queens Gate Gardens through the original entrance of this 19th-century, Grade II listed building, the sense of grandeur created by its architect, the master builder and amateur artist Charles Aldin, is immediately apparent

With ceilings extending to nearly four metres in height, the apartment benefits from what would have historically been the formal reception space of two adjacent houses.  The rooms facing Queens Gate Gardens are orientated west towards the residents only communal gardens.

South Kensington is one of London’s most desirable and well known neighbourhoods.  Renowned for its abundance of places of cultural and historical interest, including the Victoria & Albert Museum, The Natural History Museum, The Royal Albert Hall and Hyde Park, with its 350 acres of open space.



A rare find.


A semi-detached Edwardian family home, in an area characterised by its Victorian terraced architecture.  Lateral accommodation, principally arranged over two floors, provides spaces to be together, and places for quieter moments too.

Some of the best schools in the country can be found within one mile.  You’re moments from West End Lane, with its abundance of shops, cafés and restaurants.  You’re only ten minutes from Bond Street on the Jubilee Line, or five minutes from both Hampstead Heath and London St Pancras on the London Overground or Thameslink.


Every conceivable amenity, all within easy reach.

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Queens Park has evolved into one of London’s most sought after family neighbourhoods.  A balance of urban convenience, over thirty acres of green space, stylish cafés, wait list worthy restaurants and independent food & wine stores.

Nestled amongst the Victorian & Edwardian terraced houses sits a notable exception.  Dundonald Road, a newly constructed family home, conceived by COEUS Design Studio and completed in 2022.

Designed externally to co-exist with the prevailing architectural style, with interiors inspired by modern living, the house’s communal areas combine a seamless flow of family accommodation, with quieter, more adult spaces.



There’s something deeply reassuring about the Victorian terraced houses which define Queen’s Park.  The tree-lined streets, the consistency of the exteriors, the sense of community.


Originally these were houses where the Victorian middle-class spent time with their families after a long working day - in an era when London was revelling in its post-industrial prominence.


Over a century later, from the outside at least, very little has changed.  But as Queen’s Park has increased in both popularity and prestige, what lies behind these ubiquitous facades has evolved to incorporate style and individuality.

Crediton Road is a quiet, tree lined street moments from the amenities of both Queen’s Park and Chamberlayne Road.




Between the wild open spaces of Hampstead Heath and the beautifully landscaped Golders Hill Park sits Mountview Close, a purpose built apartment building developed by renowned luxury specialists, Octagon.

Designed and built just after the turn of the millennium, every conceivable modern desire has been considered and implemented, delivering an offering of exceptional homes.


It’s why some twenty years after the apartments were first built, they’re as sought after as they were on day one.


80 metres from the entrance of Golders Hill Park and 225 metres from Hampstead Heath, Mountview Close is surrounded by some of London’s most unspoilt open spaces.



Taking its name from the eighteenth century clay brickfields which once lay at the northern end of the street, the pretty, pastel coloured mews houses which make up Pottery Lane now form part of one of London’s most desirable neighbourhoods, Notting Hill

London is one of the world’s most exciting cities, and the appeal of living here has much to do with two words - location and convenience.  Outstanding boutiques, cafés, Michelin-Starred restaurants, public open spaces and superb connectivity make Notting Hill one of the city's most sought after neighbourhoods.


Sitting close to the intersection of both fashionable Notting Hill and leafy Holland Park, Pottery Lane is rich in history, and also close to one of London’s most exciting locations, White City.

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A British icon. A creative powerhouse. A unique collaboration.

A Penthouse designed in collaboration with, and curated by world renowned photographer, film director and publisher, Rankin.

Direct lift access, two private terraces, floor to ceiling windows, far reaching views and a series of light filled, voluminous, open spaces.

Located in the heart of Kentish Town, a London neighbourhood rich in history, culture and art.



Built in 2012, Wellington House is a highly desirable apartment building located immediately south of St James’s Park. 24 hour concierge, secure underground parking, a south facing balcony, Crestron home control system and air conditioning make this an incredibly comfortable and convenient central London home.


Bordered by St James’s Park to the north, Belgravia to the west and Westminster to the south, the apartment is perfectly located for the best of what London has to offer - Michelin starred restaurants, places of historical interest and the River Thames.


St James’s Park and Victoria Underground Stations and Victoria Overground Station provide easy access to London and the UK beyond, including Gatwick Airport in just over 30 minutes.





The classical proportions of the semi-detached Victorian houses that line Hamilton Terrace provide the opportunity to create exceptional city homes, and this first floor apartment is a wonderful example.


Ideas of what a home should provide have evolved.  Spaces still need to be conducive to rest and relaxation, but now also places where we can work too.  And of course, close enough to local cafés, shops, restaurants and parks to provide a respite from our busy lives.


The first floor apartment at Hamilton Terrace benefits from beautiful natural light, west facing reception spaces and two balconies.  The careful refurbishment has maximised the space and volume, whilst remaining sympathetic to the building's history.



When 95 Avenue Road was completed in the early Sixties, amenities such as passenger lifts, balconies and large windows were a stark departure from the post war austerity that defined the previous decade.  Homes were starting to take into account the desires of a more discerning buyer, becoming larger and more comfortable.

Over sixty years later, the needs of homeowners, and 95 Avenue Road have both continued to evolve.

Originally two separate apartments, The fifth and sixth floors of 95 Avenue Road now offer a large, semi open plan reception, kitchen and dining space, and convenient separation of living and bedroom areas.


Within close proximity are the iconic Primrose Hill, a green oasis that provides panoramic views of London's skyline, and further south, Regent's Park. Renowned for its immaculate gardens, boating lake, and the Open Air Theatre.


Swiss Cottage Underground Station stands as a gateway to the city, connecting St John’s Wood to the vibrant heart of London

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Peacefully located on a quiet residential street close to the shops, restaurants and cafes of West Hampstead, is a newly refurbished garden apartment with its own private entrance and a lovely rear garden, ready for immediate occupation.


Whether you’re in the mood for the best retail London has to offer, a long walk in nature, exploring the incredible regeneration of Kings Cross or hopping on the Eurostar to continental Europe, West Hampstead has you covered.


You’re only ten minutes from Bond Street on the Jubilee Line, or five minutes from both Hampstead Heath and London St Pancras on the London Overground or Thameslink.

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