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An Elegant Residential Haven Boasting Stunning Views
13th Feb 2014
Rising grandly above Stanmore Hill, this historical property has been meticulously transformed into a luxury development of 23 elegant apartments which have been meticulously converted to retain the charm of the original building.
Offering home owners the opportunity to indulge in a sumptuous lifestyle, one of the finest apartments in the scheme is currently available for purchase. Truly unique, this property is one of the largest in the development and boasts an enviable private roof garden.
Arguably the finest apartment in the scheme, this home offers unparalleled luxury living. Approached by means of a portered entrance, the penthouse apartment is accessed via a passenger lift with its own dedicated access to the third floor.
With an abundance of spacious accommodation, the apartment benefits from 3 generously sized bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room, and a grand and beautifully proportioned drawing room which has incredible views extending towards London and beyond.
One of the apartment’s most unique elements is its stunning private roof terrace. This delightful and sizable space is accessed from a wide wooden central staircase in the spacious entrance hall and boasts stunning views over the private communal gardens and the metropolis.
The apartment is also complete with 2 parking spaces (one of which is located underground), a storage room in the basement, and ample visitors parking. Additionally, residents benefit from 24 hour security, a full time concierge and a dedicated leisure complex which includes a gymnasium, heated indoor swimming pool and separate plunge pool/hot tub.
Steeped in history, Stanmore Hall was originally designed by Irish architect John Macduff Derick and was later modified for William Knox-D’Arcy, the founder of BP. D’Arcy recruited renowned textile designer, writer and artist William Morris to give the property an extravagant interior.
Having swapped hands numerous times, it was eventually converted into luxury apartments in 1998.
One of Stanmore Hall’s most appealing factors is that it remains true to its original design. As a Grade II-listed mansion house, it has been converted in the most tasteful manner, offering residents the rare opportunity to combine contemporary comfort and convenience with the history and grandeur of a country estate.
Conveniently situated in the conservation area of Little Stanmore, Stanmore Hall is perfectly placed for access to Stanmore Common’s Green Belt and woodland, and Stanmore Broadway’s range of shopping facilities and restaurants. Recommended schools, places of worship and numerous sports clubs are also within easy reach.
Convenient links to Central London are available via Stanmore Station’s Jubilee Line (36 minutes to Bond Street); and there is also easy access to the M1 and M25 motorways.
This stunning apartment is available for £1,450,000.
For further detailed information on Stanmore Hall visit www.stanmorehall.info