Description of Hampstead Manor
Hampstead Manor is a development in Hampstead, London NW3.
Redevelopment of a Grade II listed college campus into 156 homes across 13 buildings (Rosalind Franklin, Teil Row, Teil House, Sumray Row and Willoughby, Bay, Chapman on the north-eastern corner, etc.).
156 homes across 13 buildings - 98 new builds, 54 sensitive conversions.
Apartments are situated in thirteen of Hampstead Manor’s buildings, including Willoughby and Bay, with Chapman on the north-eastern corner of these Hampstead apartments.
The amenities include a 24 hr on-site concierge service, secure underground parking, access to the Hampstead Manor town car service, beautifully landscaped gardens and the Hampstead Manor spa and gym which includes a swimming pool, sauna, Hammam and experience shower.
Mount Anvil has a track record of delivering sensitive conversion schemes including The Loxfords (N5) and Barnsbury Place (N1).
Rosalind Franklin - 38 new build apartments for private sale comprising of 1, 2 and 3-bedroom homes.
Chapman - 16 apartments ranging from 1, 2 and 3-bedrooms in a unique building with a retained historical façade.
Willoughby - 18 new build apartments on Kidderpore Avenue. The apartments have direct access to the Hampstead Manor Spa below and view sacross Sumray Gardens and Hampstead Manor.
The Chapel - A single, 4-bedroom residence in a Grade II listed, former Chapel built in 1929.
Sumray Row - Three innovative subterranean duplexes with green roofs.
Bay - 16 homes within a Grade II listed building adjoining Kidderpore Hall with studio, 1 and 2-bedroom duplex apartments.
Dudin Brown - A boutique collection of five 2-bedroom apartments and one 3-bedroom dwelling in a historical conversion building overlooking Kidderpore Avenue and The Orchard. The Hampstead Manor concierge is located within Dudin Brown.
Teil Row - Seven unique 4-bedroom townhouses overlooking Teil Green and the Kidderpore Hall.
Teil House - A stand alone 4-bedroom townhouse, in the same architectural style as Teil Row, adjacent to the Chapel.
Kidderpore Hall - Two apartments; one duplex and one triplex in a Grade II listed, Neo-Grecian manor house built in 1843.
Maynard - A historical conversion building offering 16 apartments overlooking the development’s two leafy green spaces. Studio, 1, 2 and 3-bedroom homes.
The Skeel Library - A 4-storey, 4-bedroom family home in a Grade II listed former library built in 1904.
Lord Cameron - A new build adjacent to Kidderpore Avenue, comprising 25 individual apartments with a range of 1 to 3-bedroom specifications.
2019 - ‘Best Conversion' Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2019.
Development launched 8th September 2016.
Work is started on site 2016 and completed in Q2 2018.
Initially, in 2015, referred to as 'Kidderpore Avenue' development.
Mount Anvil acquired the site with five Grade II listed buildings from King's College London in October 2014.
The sensitive conversion will secure the future of the historic listed buildings, while the additional elements, including a planned public open space, will breathe new life into the site which was vacated in September 2015.