Homes and Property features Kidderpore Green in their spotlight on Hampstead.
The London Evening Standard’s property correspondent, Anthea Masey, features Barratt London’s Kidderpore Green development in her focus on homes in Hampstead. An area which Masey calls “a place full of charm that is perfect for families”, Hampstead is deeply rooted in London’s history.
The area has a number of visitor attractions, including a restored Robert Adam neoclassical villa on the Heath houses, Hampstead Museum, and the Freud Museum.
For potential new homeowners, Masey states that the area attracts a cross section of people “who want easy access to central London and the City, and to be in walking distance of the many private schools”. Other leisure activities in the area include “three natural outdoor swimming pools” as well as the Parliament Hill Lido, all located on Hampstead Heath.
Kidderpore Green is located between Finchley Road and Kidderpore Avenue, and it “will also provide a new base for the Hampstead School of Art”. November is also named Hampstead Arts Festival month, where the area will be a busy spot for the arts community.
Kidderpore Green is a development of 128 one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments and houses in Hampstead's distinctive red brick including the considered refurbishment of several Arts & Crafts houses of Kidderpore Avenue. The development will combine the attention to detail and rambling charm of its historic surroundings with contemporary design and convenience.
Follow the link to read the full Living in Hampstead: area guide to homes, schools and transport article on homesandproperty.co.uk.