‘Stunning new development…’ – Daily Mail
It is one of the wealthiest streets in the world and you could get your hands on one of the sought-after properties… if you have a spare £6.9million in the bank.
But that’s a relative bargain for homes found on The Bishops Avenue, in Hampstead, north London.
Dubbed ‘Billionaires Row’, properties on one of Britain’s most expensive streets can cost up to £15million for a penthouse, while mansions sell for up to £50million.
Famous former residents of the tree-lined road include Saudi Princes, Bernie Ecclestone, Ringo Starr, Joan Collins and billionaire steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal.
The 66-house street is now home to 20 jaw-dropping apartments in a Buxmead development, and remarkable pictures show one extravagant three-bedroom apartment on sale for nearly £7million.
The apartment is uniquely designed and features elements such as marbled flooring, opulent light fittings, and sleek, open living spaces, all fitted with the latest tech.
Residents also have access to incredible leisure facilities such as a professional cinema room with plumped leather sofas and popcorn on tap, indoor swimming pool and spa, concierge service, beauty salon and a private dining room.
Set within 2.5 acres of gated landscaped grounds with ‘top class’ security from the same company who provided similar services to the Israeli Embassy, there is also an impressive games room and residents’ lounge and bar.
Anil Varma, Managing Director of the Buxmead developers Harrison Varma, said: ‘Buxmead has been created to offer effortless living, exemplary services and outstanding facilities in an exclusive London location.
‘Residents can take advantage of the array of amenities and facilities, which are effectively an extension of their apartment. If they wish to hold a party, an event or a conference, they can do so in our extensive facilities and keep their private space, private.
‘This recent innovation to luxury living is ideal for those who want all the benefits of a 20,000 square foot house but without the hassle and unnecessary expense.
‘When equating the generous proportions of each apartment with the 16,000 square foot of amenities, residents are paying less than £500 per sq. ft. for this privilege.’