|1BR||611–624 ft2or 56.8–58 m2||from £973 / ft2or £10 475 / m2||from £595 000|
|2BR||844–892 ft2or 78.4–82.9 m2||from £925 / ft2or £9 952 / m2||from £825 000|
|Townhouses 4BR||from 1 798 ft2or 167 m2||from £1 174 / ft2or £12 638 / m2||from £2 110 500|
|Duplexes||from 1 682 ft2or 156.3 m2||from £1 109 / ft2or £11 932 / m2||from £1 865 000|
We checked the information and the developer's representatives confirmed that units in this residential complex can be purchased by using a mortgage.
|🟧 Amenities||Landscaped external shared gardens with mature trees and hard standings|
|🟧 Bicycle Storage||Yes|
|🟧 Height Classification||Mid-rise|
|🟧 Lift||Lifts to all floors|
|🟧 Number of buildings||1|
|🟧 Number of floors||4|
|🟧 Off-plan property||No|
|🟧 Parking||Basement car park with 32 parking spaces, Townhouses with 2 private parking spaces|
|🟧 Property Type||Apartments, Townhouses|
|🟧 Quality Classification||High-end|
|🟧 Swimming Pool||No|
Stretched along Church Walk, Oakley Gardens finds itself in Hampstead, a residential area of the London Borough of Camden.
Hampstead offers a tranquil sanctuary in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Camden. Attracted by that feeling of peace and quiet, the area has been home to many academics, artists, and celebrities, including Keats and Freud.
Additionally, it only takes 9 minutes to reach Golders Hill Park, part of Hamstead Heath. The enormous green space, hidden in the centre of London, allows its visitors to forget about the buzzing megapolis and get away from all the noise and stress. Full of ponds, ancient trees, and astounding views, the Heath is a true haven for busy Londoners.
Although sheltered from the bustling city, Oakley Gardens is well-connected to its heart. Within a 3-minute walk is Finchley Road that runs to the centre of the capital.
Surrounded by an abundance of greenery, Oakley Gardens is separated from Church Walk by a short brick fence. The mid-rise building demonstrates smooth full-height windows and a light-brick façade. Flanked by the 3-storey townhouses with a darker-brick pattern, the complex exhibits glass and grey-railed balconies. Surrounded by a terrace, the third floor is represented by three towering constructions, covered with grey panels and sleek windows.
The residential complex greets its residents and guests with an elegant lounge, a friendly concierge, and a lift to all floors.
Oakley Gardens offers plenty of room for storing vehicles, including a basement car park with 32 parking spaces, as well as 8 regular and 3 disabled bays on the surface, accompanied by cycle storage. In addition to that, the complex offers an area for bicycles on the ground floor as well, ensuring that there is enough space for all vehicles.
In addition, each apartment is equipped with an audio/video entry phone.
Oakley Gardens is comprised of 31 one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments as well as 4 three- and four-bedroom townhouses. The residential complex provides its residents with a lot of open space. The apartments feature a balcony, while the townhouses come with a private garden at the back, hidden from prying eyes.
The kitchens benefit from integrated Siemens appliances and Blanco brassware.
In the bathrooms, the floor and walls of the wet areas are tiled, while the rest of the surface is layered with paint. Some apartments are provided with a bath and a shower while others come with a shower bath, combining the two.
To make it more comfortable in cold weather, the apartments are equipped with underfloor heating.
Oakley Gardens is a project of Goldenstone, a property development company established in London in 2014. The developer strives to provide exquisite homes that compliment the surrounding area, giving the nod to contemporary trends in design and favouring innovative decisions. The company has a unique portfolio with projects such as the Osborn Apartments, the Old Dairy, and of course the Mall.
If you want to find out more about Oakley Gardens and Goldenstone, please visit the official website of the developer.