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Highgate Road, London, NW5

Asking price £2,300,000, 3 bedrooms, Flat,

  • 2 living rooms
  • 24 hour concierge
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Amazing views
  • Converted warehouse
  • Fifth & Sixth floor
  • High celings
  • Large terraces
  • On-site public gym
Agent’s wording:
The Maple building is an exquisite collection of fifty apartments and seven penthouses crafted in the heart of Kentish Town. This beautifully converted warehouse comprises one, two and three-bedroom properties offer elegant design, high internal specification and superb views.

There are soaring views from the Maple Building, a result of its elevated location on the way to Highgate and Hampstead - the two London hilltop villages that crown North London.

With panoramic views sweeping across Hampstead Heath and towards the City, The Maple Building's exclusive collection of seven exquisite penthouses offers a truly luxurious lifestyle.

Occupying the top floors of a handsomely transformed red-brick building, this spacious
penthouse apartment is finished to the very highest specification. With floor-to-ceiling windows and some with marble-clad fireplaces, the rooms are a perfect mix of light and warmth while spacious roof terraces make the most of the sprawling London views.

London is a city of villages, and Kentish Town tells this story well. The area is a vivid mix of urban vibrancy and pastoral peace, located in pole position between cool Camden Town, airy Hampstead Heath and Regent's Park – and it has a growing sense of its own identity. Within, Kentish Town has something for everyone. Fashionable enough to attract the young, it is grown-up enough to lure families and London returnees.

The maple building is robust and elegant, a clean-lined construction dating from the early 20th century with red brick facades and steel columns.

Once a furniture factory, then a clothing factory, it is characterised by the large metal double-glazed windows in the period Crittall style which feature throughout. With a high internal specification as well as its signature rhythmic fenestration, The Maple Building has insisted on strong acoustic and design performance, ensuring that all interior spaces are as cosy and comfortable as they are
well-lit and airy.

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What % below the asking price might it sell for?

The list below shows offers which were accepted on similar properties. We can't suggest the same ratio will apply to this property as each property is different, but hopefully they will be informative nevertheless

Sheringham Flat 11 St. Johns Wood Park
Initial: £2,195,000 (23 Jan 18)
Final: £2,195,000 (30 May 18)
Sold: £2,075,000 (02 Jul 18)
Ratio 94.5%
21 Portsea Place
Initial: £2,495,000 (09 Aug 18)
Final: £2,445,000 (06 Nov 18)
Sold: £2,265,000 (04 Dec 18)
Ratio 92.6%

Most recent sales
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Hamptons - London (Land and New Homes)

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