The Jewish Chronicle - 03 July 2015
Stanmore’s stock in trade is large houses for raising families. Fitting this bill is Heathfield Lodge on Common Road. A Regency-style villa that will provide nearly 5,000 sq ft of living space, it is priced at £3.25 through sole agent Breslauer.
Still for sale at Bentley Priory, City & Country is offering a loft apartment with its own lift.
The former RAF command centre has seen variety of new properties go up in recent years.
This one is the West Wing. It measures 2,099 sq ft and has an open-plan kitchen/living area with views across the 57 acres of parkland towards London. Originally constructed in 1950 as officers’ accommodation, The West Wing has been transformed with the introduction of new timber sash windows, French doors and Juliet balconies. The lost apartment is priced at £995,000 through Preston Bennett.
Helen Moore, managing director of City & Country, says: “The West Wing loft apartment is an example of City & Country’s ability to transform a building which lacks original aesthetic value into something remarkable.”
She also points out that it is rare to find a building that has its own private lift access, “for added security and exclusivity”.
Preston Bennett is also selling The Cloisters, on Stanmore Hill.
Adjacent to the 80 acres of Stanmore Country Park, this is a gated development of 10 detached houses created by developer Signia. The properties are arranged around a central green.
Each property in the scheme is set over either two or three floors. The houses have four or five bedrooms and at least two of the bedrooms leads to en-suite facilities and a dressing area next to the master bedroom.
Other features at The Cloisters include underfloor heating, integral double garages and a security system. Prices hers start from £2,425,000
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