Of course we have featured the building before and each time we have, it has proven incredibly popular. That’s why we are flagging up this apartment in the Berthold Lubetkin-designed grade I-listed Highpoint building in London N6, which has just landed on the market.
You know all about it I’m sure. Highpoint is a 1930s grade I-listed building and generally considered one of the best examples of residential modernism in the capital. It’s also an incredibly sought after and hip place to live, with prices definitely on the up. That’s the basics covered.
Now let’s look at what is for sale here.
The agent describes this particular apartment as an ‘immaculate’ three bedroom apartment, found on the fourth floor and covering around 1,173 sq. ft. Hard to disagree with any of that. This place has definitely had some work, with an almost ‘show home’ finish throughout. Immaculate.
Within that space is a bright 30′ reception room complete with the ‘concertina’ folding windows that are a signature of the building. Beyond that are those three double bedrooms, a kitchen / breakfast room, a study / occasional bedroom, a family bathroom and a guest cloakroom. So more space than you might expect.
Also present is built-in storage, along with a resident building manager and concierge service, the lovely communal gardens, two all weather tennis courts, a heated outdoor pool and ‘first come first serve’ residents parking. Note that the extras will command a service charge, which is definitely worth checking out first. It might just push your finances a little too far if you don’t.
Of course, you are paying for exclusivity here as well as the property itself. Which means it all comes at a price. That price is £1,275,000 – and that almost certainly doesn’t include the Damien Hirst on the wall.
Images and details courtesy of Litchfields. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.