Barratt London - Kidderpore Green, NW3
Prices from £860,000 to £1,950,000
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Nestled in leafy Hampstead, Kidderpore Green is a charming development offering a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, landscaped communal gardens and a 12-hour concierge service. All remaining two-bedroom apartments in Boyd House and Rackham House are ready to move into now - all with private outdoor space and parking included.
Hampstead is an art-lover's delight. On your doorstep, at the heart of Kidderpore Green, is the Hampstead School of Art who run many adult classes for all abilities. The annual Affordable Art Fair on Hampstead Heath offers an extensive collection of temptingly priced contemporary paintings, original prints, photography and sculptures. Find creative inspiration at the famed Camden Arts Centre, view the best in fine art at the prestigious Catto Gallery, and explore the fascinating and involving exhibitions at nearby Burgh House.
Hampstead and Camden offer a high concentration of excellent and outstanding schools from Primary to Secondary and further education. From the small and friendly day school of Heathside Preparatory, housed in historic buildings a few minutes' walk from Hampstead Heath, to the 'Village school in London' at Christ Church Primary - the choice for primary education is vast.. Further local primary schools to consider include New End Primary School in Camden and Hampstead Parochial CofE School.
Hampstead is home to a treasure trove of independent shops. Just minutes from Kidderpore Green you can buy your fruit and vegetable supplies from fourth generation greengrocers Artichoke, or grab a coffee and cake from famed local Louis Patisserie, or pick up a bunch of flowers from Achillea Flowers on Mill Lane. Mill Lane is a hidden gem in itself – sleepy, settled and comfortable – offering a great unique selection of useful shops.
Hampstead can feel away from it all, but it is, in fact, extremely well connected. By car, the North Circular is five minutes away and the M1 is less than ten minutes away. In terms of public transport, Finchley Road is well served by buses heading into central London. You can reach Hampstead Underground station which serves the Northern line, by foot in 19 minutes.
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