Nestled in the heart of London’s vibrant West End Lane and a stone’s throw away from Hampstead Village lies a new Gamuda Land development that pays tribute to English heritage and contemporary design.
Drawing inspiration from the elegant mansion blocks of the area, the design exudes timeless charm. The red brick façade and aluminium windows pay homage to the local architectural aesthetic with their simple colour palette and repeated shapes. Delicate brick patterns and balconies adorned with wrought iron railings further enhance the connection to the neighbourhood’s rich heritage.
West Hampstead Central will also feature combined commercial and retail space on the ground floor, opening out onto West End Lane and Potteries Path.
This exclusive collection of 101 one and two-bedroom apartments embodies the distinctive style of West Hampstead. Its enviable location is a mere walking distance from independent shops, bars, restaurants and cafes, boutique gyms, fitness studios, art galleries and more, with easy access to tree-lined streets and beautiful green spaces. Finchley Road, home to supermarket branches and Hampstead Village, are approximately one mile away.
A well-connected location on vibrant West End Lane and close to Hampstead Village, benefiting from fast links into central London and leafy parks and squares nearby, West Hampstead Central offers an exceptional place to live with convenience in a famous London borough rich in culture and heritage.
West Hampstead Central fuses local heritage with contemporary design which focuses on sustainability, where natural light is maximised to each apartment, and thoughtfully planned green spaces for the residents.
Rising five floors above ground level, the design of West Hampstead Central also embraces the future with mindfully thought-out modern building techniques for greater energy efficiency and sustainability features. Natural light is maximised for every unit, and the community will have that connection to nature through extensive landscaping within and surrounding the development.
The local neighbourhood of West Hampstead itself is a treasure trove of artistic heritage. Keats House, the former residence of poet John Keats, offers a glimpse into his creative world, while Burgh House and Fenton House provide venues for exhibitions, concerts, and other cultural events.
The nearby Hampstead Heath, Parliament Hill, and Primrose Hill offer breathtaking natural landscapes, creating a harmonious balance between urban and natural beauty.
Well-supported by overground, rail and tube stations within a 2-min walking distance, travelling for work or leisure is easy, offering residents easy access to the city’s top attractions and neighbourhoods.
Living at West Hampstead Central allows the whole city to become your playground, waiting to be explored!