Description of Eighty Holland Park
Eighty Holland Park is a new residential development on 0.6 acres on the edge of Holland Park in London W11.
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A collection of 25 individual homes across five representative Villas, from lateral penthouses through to duplex ‘town houses’ and loft-style apartments, set within one of London’s most notable residential locations.
The boutique development is Christian’s final scheme of this scale after more than two decades of London development. The project has been led by CPC Group as development manager who in turn has appointed a best in class team consisting of architecture by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands and Studio Indigo, and construction by Knight Build Ltd and Concept Bespoke. Interior designs at the project will feature the iconic British designer Nina Campbell and rising stars Albion Nord.
The development includes 24-hour concierge, resident’s car parking, a private screening room, resident’s lounge and business suite, a 17-metre pool with spa facility and a performance-driven gym designed by Olympic Triathlete, Tim Weeks.
Launched 5th Ooctober 2020 with 5 show home ready for viewing. Contact Knight Frank to book an appointment.
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The original Neo-Georgian-style building Duke's Lodge on site was a 35,550 sq ft freehold purpose-built 1930s seven-storey mansion block comprising 27 residential apartments.
2017 May - Savills is selling the development site, expecting offers in excess of £75m.
2014 - Donald Insall Associates was commissioned in June 2014 by Dukes Lodge London Ltd to assist them in the preparation of proposals for the demolition and replacement of Duke’s Lodge, 80 Holland Park in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea with a new six-storey building, containing 27 flats, by architects Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands.
2013 July - Project (Dukes) Guernsey Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of Christian Candy's CPC Group) completed the acquisition of Duke's Lodge, 80 Holland Park in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, from an institutional investor on Friday 26th July 2013 for an undisclosed sum. Tim Whitmey of Savills acted for the vendor in respect of the sale.