This unique development comprises 18 beautifully refurbished, spacious and high-specification homes in four of the Estate’s distinctive 1920s Tudor-style buildings.
The streetscape and communal gardens echo the surrounding area and feature wide grass verges, paved walkways, tree-lined avenues and an ornamental pond. The original layout was inspired by the ideals of Sir Ebenezer Howard, the creator of the Garden City, a concept that captured the imagination of town planners worldwide in the late-Victorian era. The Estate’s present curators are carefully maintaining the character of the landscape to offer residents a delightful outdoor space for recreation and relaxation.
Sitting on Highgate’s south-facing slopes, Holly Lodge Estate is surrounded by green spaces. The expansive Hampstead Heath lies to the west, with Parliament Hill to the south, and Highgate Golf Course, Highgate Wood and Queen’s Woods just one mile beyond. In this enviable spot, Highgate is certainly one of London’s quieter areas. Highgate village is approximately half a mile away, with its delightful Georgian architecture, celebrated pubs, independent shops and irresistible eateries, or for the livlier centres of Camden Town and Hampstead, you only need hop on a bus.
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