It goes without saying that this place doesn’t come cheap. But you have to admire the creative use of space in the Langtry House contemporary modernist property in Hampstead, London NW3.
From the outside, a property fairly modest in size. But once inside, you’ll realise that the vast majority of living space is actually underground, with no expense spared with the finishes.
The house has what is described as a discreet position opposite Hampstead Heath, with space for parking two or three cars behind a patio garden and ahead of the low profile upper floor, which hosts the reception hall and principal bedroom, with dressing room and en-suite. Want more? Head downstairs.
When you do, you’ll see living space that’s the polar opposite of a traditional basement. it is actually the lower ground floor, with far more light that you would expect for somewhere below ground thanks to an upstairs void, not to mention lots of height. The open plan reception area (with access to a high end kitchen and breakfast area) has a 25ft high ceiling, which really does boost the ‘wow’ factor of the main living space.
Off that is a central core sunken deck, a television family room, gym, cinema, wine cellar and plant room, with two other bedroom suites, both with dedicated outside access.
As we said, no expense spared with the detailing and finishing too. So air conditioning, fully automated Flos lighting, audio control, an alarm with video entry, CCTV and of course, the best fixtures and fittings for both the kitchen and the bathrooms.
If all of that impresses, you’ll need around £5,000,000 to secure this place.
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