Fancy some art deco living close to Hampstead Heath? Well, if your budget will stretch to it, you might like the look of this two-bedroom apartment in the William Bryce Binnie-designed West Hill Court in London N6.
West Hill Court is described (quite rightly) by the agent as a ‘fine example of early Modern Movement architecture’ and a building subsequently ‘maintained to a very high standard’.
It dates back to 1933, the work of a man famed for his work on the art deco East Stand at Arsenal Stadium. West Hill Court was a place for the great and the good back in that era and today, it still has the trappings of that luxurious life.
So as part of the deal you get access to a porter, the ‘beautifully manicured’ gardens, a private tennis court, a squash court and a kitchen garden. In addition, this particular apartment also comes with a private balcony and has access to a shared sun terrace.
Talking of the first floor apartment for sale, that offers around 971 sq ft. of living space. That area includes a modern kitchen (which retains the original parquet floor and matches up the original wall tiles) and a good-sized reception room with three large Crittall windows, a working fire and space for dining.
A sliding door offers access to the second bedroom with bespoke wall of storage and a fold-down desk, while a master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe. There is also a ‘smart bathroom ‘with a concrete floor and high end fittings.
Off-street parking is also available, with the option to rent a garage too.
Very stylish and ideal for lovers of the era. £899,950 is the asking price.
Images and details courtesy of the Modern House. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit their website.