Prices from £560,000
The Maple Building is robust and elegant, a clean-lined construction dating from the earliest twentieth century with red brick facades and steel columns. Once a furniture factory, then a clothing factory, it is characterised by the large metal double-glazed windows in the period Crittall style which feature throughout. With a high internal specification as well as its signature rhythmic fenestration, the Maple Building has insisted on strong acoustic and design performance, ensuring that all interior spaces are as cosy and comfortable as they are well lit and airy.
The fifty apartments and seven new build penthouses span five storeys of this converted warehouse building in a Prime North West location.
London is a city of villages, and Kentish Town tells this story well. The area is a vivid mix of urban vibrancy and pastoral peace, located in poll position between cool Camden Town, airy Hampstead Heath and Regent's Park - and it has a growing sense of its own identity.
There are soaring views from the Maple Building, a result of its elevated location on the way to Highgate and Hampstead - the two London hilltop villages that crown North London.
Bedrooms: 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments and penthouses
Location: Kentish Town
Travel links: Kentish Town Underground / National Rail and Camden Town Underground
Developer: Linton Group
Architect: Clive Sall
Development: 57 private units
Development address: 39-51 Highgate Road, NW5 1RT
Local Authority: Camden
Tenure: Leasehold - 250 year Leasehold
Insurance: 10 Year Premier Guarantee
Completion: Summer 2016
Estimated Ground Rent: 1 beds - £300, 2 beds - £400 and 3 beds - £500
Amenities - 24 Hr concierge | Public on-site gym