A “golden chance” to live in Hampstead


City AM calls Kidderpore Green a “rare opportunity”. 

The Times property correspondent, Melissa York, features Barratt London’s Kidderpore Green development, stating it’s a “rare opportunity to buy in this most beautiful corner of London”. Building new homes in Hampstead doesn’t often happen says York, but “Barratt [London], the UK’s most prolific housebuilder, has manged to get its hand on 2.4 acres of landscaped gardens and create a mixture of new homes that fit right in with the area’s old English village mentality”.

Barratt London is also building a new pavilion for the Hampstead School of Art – contributing to Hampstead’s ranking of “the number one hotspot for good schools north of the river” by the Good Schools Guide.

Gary Patrick, Regional Sales Director at Barratt London, commented: “The area is so sought after by professionals and families alike because it marries the convenience of an urban location with all the green open space that people normally associate with a countryside town – yet Hampstead is filled with its own history and character that makes it a very unique part of London”

Kidderpore Green will feature 128 one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments – some new and some converted from the Caroline Skeel Library or part of existing Arts and Crafts houses on Kidderpore Avenue. The “jewel of the collection” is a large new-build family house facing Platt’s Lane. Residents can start moving in this winter, and the whole development will be completed by January 2017.