Monthly Archives: October 2009

“Hot property snapped up”

Ham & High Newspaper
This spectacular first-floor apartment in Hollycroft Avenue, Hampstead, has gone under offer within seven days pf coming on to the market. Joint agents Savills and Knight Frank recently held an open house and had 18 viewings resulting in three offers. The three bedroom Edwardian property is now under offer, over the asking price of £1.395m
It has been extensively refurbished to convert two flats into one 1,592 sq ft luxurious apartment by local developers RGM Properties.It features a decked terrace with brushed steel and glass balustrades and steps leading to a private lawned garden. It has Black American walnut floors and doors, a bespoke kitchen with Miele appliances, lutron lighting and a Bose home cinema system.
Peter Brookes of Savills in Hampstead says “There simply isn’t enough stock at this level of the market, particularly good quality stock.The apartment is immaculately presented and the client has invested a huge amount of time,thopught and expense to produce a top end finish,where the results speak for themselves. Open mornings or launch previews are a really productive method of marketing and we have so many good buyers right now, at what is traditionally a good time of year to sell, we felt that this was the best way to proceed.”
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Launch of Hollycroft Avenue, London.

Having completed Hollycroft Avenue, we held a very successful launch party at the apartment with Champagne and canapés for everyone. All 150 who attended were very impressed by the quality of the finish and the warm, luxurious and contemporary look and feel of the apartment.
Despite the launch party being held during a very tough period in the property market, following the launch we received a lot of interest and had several offers immediately from potential buyers. The success of the development was demonstrated by the quick sale achieved (3 days), at above the asking price. The apartment broke the record for prices on the Street by achieving 25% more per square foot than had previously been achieved.