Barratt London launches Kidderpore Green in the heart of Hampstead.
Barratt London unveiled Kidderpore Green yesterday – a development of 128 new and refurbished homes in the sought after London village of Hampstead. Influenced by a unique relationship between Barratt London and the Hampstead School of Art (HSoA), Kidderpore Green brings two, three and four-bedroom apartments and houses in Hampstead's distinctive red brick, including the refurbishment of the existing Arts and Craft buildings into duplexes.
Chosen by The Times property correspondents Carol Lewis and Mark Bridge as a notable development in their “top ten conversions and chic new developments” in the Capital, the homes at Kidderpore Green are contemporary in character while referencing their historic settings. The development, designed by architects Allies & Morrison, is centred on a new state-of-the-art pavilion for the HSoA. The new-build villa apartments will also complement the conversion of the Caroline Skeel Library into apartments and penthouses, and a large new-build family house facing Platt’s Lane.
All homes at Kidderpore Green have private outdoor space and apartments on the higher floors have fantastic views towards central London. Residents at Kidderpore Green will also benefit from all of the amenities of an urban location, with the green open space of a countryside location, making Kidderpore Green a unique style of living.
Gary Patrick, Regional Sales Director at Barratt London, said: “Kidderpore Green in Hampstead is something truly special. 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. We are delighted that Hampstead School of Art’s new home will provide a focal point for our development, which will create a happy new community in this established London village”.
Prices at the launch event started at £1.6m, with anticipated starting prices for future releases at £675,000.