Someone has done a really stylish job with this two-bedroom apartment in the 1960s Copper Beech building, London N6.
The building itself dates back to 1961, the work of north London architects Dinerman, Davison and Hillman and to be found at the end of a ‘discreet cul-de-sac’ that’s just a short walk to the Village and Hampstead Heath.
It’s very much of its era, not least because a number of original features still exist in both the apartments and the communal areas, right down to the original single glazed windows (for better or worse).
The renovation on this place uses that original style well, adding in a mox of retro and contemporary finishes to good effect. Ok, the furniture isn’t staying, but you can see how this place could look with a but of thought.
You enter via a communal hallway, then head up to the third floor and enter the 800 sq. ft. apartment, which has two ‘proper’ double bedrooms with built-in storage, a bathroom, and a large open-plan reception room and kitchen. There is also balcony access (and your own balcony of course), communal gardens, a separate storage room and your own garage.
£750,000 is the asking price.