Knight Frank: De Laszlo House, NW3: Property Hampstead

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De Laszlo House is named after Philip de László, a celebrity Royal portrait artist, who lived here from 1921 to 1937.

Modernized by award-winning Dandi Living, de Laszlo House has 18 magnificent newly built two, three and four-bedroom residences, providing an abundance of lateral space up to 3,060sqft in size, located behind the Arts & Crafts style façade of what were originally three grand Victorian villas, now unified within a single seamless development.

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Knight Frank: De Laszlo House, NW3: Property Hampstead

  1. 1. HISTORY
  2. 2. DE LASZLO HOUSEA MASTERPIECE OFARTFUL DESIGNIt is the perfect expression of Arts & Crafts architecturecombined with dynamic open living spaces and astylish specification of the highest quality.It is de Laszlo House, named after Philip de László,one of the most celebrated Royal portrait artists ofthe 20th century, who lived here from 1921 to 1937.And it is situated on tree-lined Fitzjohn’s Avenue,in Hampstead.De Laszlo House provides just 18 magnificent two,three and four bedroom residences, set in beautiful andextensive landscaped gardens. De Laszlo House offersyou the unique opportunity to live in harmonious, light-filled and spacious surroundings, suffused by thecreativity of superb interior design, beautifully craftedconstruction and a heritage derived from the brillianceof a portraiture genius.This is de Laszlo House. And this is your invitation toenjoy all the artful riches that it offers.
  3. 3. 1 2 3 A DISTINGUISHED & DELIGHTFUL HERITAGE 41 Lucy de László, the artist’s wife, by Philip de László, 1928, oil on canvas, private collection © de Laszlo Foundation2 Alfred Lys Baldry, by Philip de László, 1918, oil on canvas, private collection © de Laszlo Foundation3 Queen Marie of Roumania, by Philip de László, 1936, oil on canvas, private collection © de Laszlo Foundation4 Princess Marina of Greece, by Philip de László, 1934, oil on board, private collection © de Laszlo Foundation The new residences at de Laszlo House are Visitors to de László’s house and grounds located behind the façade of three former included HRH The Duchess of York Victorian villas at Nos. 3, 5 & 7 Fitzjohn’s (HLM Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother); Avenue, all built in the 1880s in the style HRH Princess Elizabeth (HM The Queen); of the Arts & Crafts Movement. The villas’ Queen Marie of Roumania; HIH Prince history includes use as a girls’ school run Chichibu of Japan; the Maharajah of Jaipur; by a Catholic religious order and, more and many other distinguished personages. recently, as a hotel - but the most significant The de László family greatly enjoyed life historical feature of de Laszlo House is the in Hampstead, part of which had originally occupation of villa No.3 between 1921 been a manorial estate owned by the wealthy and 1937, by the celebrated Royal portrait Maryon-Wilson family. They gifted part of their painter Philip Alexius de László. estate to the nation (now Hampstead Heath) Born in Budapest in 1869, he studied in whilst the remainder was developed into Munich and Paris, proving to be a brilliant magnificent housing around a grand tree- portrait artist and acquiring commissions lined boulevard, named Fitzjohn’s Avenue from world leaders, members of the nobility after one of the family’s country homes. and business tycoons. In 1900 he married Inspired by Parisian Boulevards, it was lined Lucy Guinness, grandaughter of Robert with 70 elegant villas and chestnut trees, and Rundell Guinness (1789-1857) founder of the in 1883 Harper’s Magazine called Fitzjohn’s Guinness family bank. They had five sons. Avenue ‘one of the noblest streets in the He moved to England in 1907. In his career world’ - a reputation it continues to maintain he painted over 5,000 portraits - many at his with pride and passion. residence whose site now forms part of the new de Laszlo House.
  4. 4. AN HISTORICALTIMELINE Princess Marina of Greece, leaving the studio onPhilip de László in his studio, 1937 Maresfield Gardens with the artist, September 1934© de Laszlo Foundation © de Laszlo FoundationPhilip de László Portrait of Pope Philip and Paints HIH Leo XIII earns Lucy move Prince Chichibu Gold Medal at Paris to London Paints HRH of Japan at Universal Exhibition Moves into The Duchess Paints HRH Fitzjohn’s Avenue Paints portrait Enobled Becomes No.3 of York at The Duchess of Paints HRH Paints HRH PrincessPhilip de László Marries of King by Emperor British Fitzjohn’s Fitzjohn’s York a second time Princess Elizabeth Marina of Kent at Death ofborn in Budapest Lucy Guinness Edward VII Franz Joseph I citizen Avenue Avenue at Fitzjohn’s Avenue at Fitzjohn’s Avenue Fitzjohn’s Avenue Philip de László             -   - -  Landowner Sir John Sir Spencer Maryon-Wilson Masterplan for Development No.3 Fitzjohn’s Avenue Cardinal Einsley, Sisters of Mercy Sisters of Mercy take Villas at Nos. 3-7 Nos. 3-7 Fitzjohn’sMaryon-Wilson negotiates (son) commissions Fitzjohn’s Avenue of Fitzjohn’s built in Arts & Craft style, Catholic Archbishop acquire Hyme over Villas at Nos. 5-7. converted into Avenue acquireddeal to gift Hampstead FJ Clark and John completed: 70 Avenue known as Hyme House of Westminster, House, serves The Order link and hotel: Fitzjohn’s for redevelopment backHeath to the nation – Culverhouse to design villas on Paris- acquires as a nursing convert the three Lodge Hotel into residential addressin return for property architectural plan for style boulevard Sold to Mr. J. Lewis, Hyme House home for injured Villas into a Conventdevelopment rights Fitzjohn’s Avenue a diamond merchant people during and girls school de László’s World War II studio converted into ChapelHistory of Fitzjohn’s Avenue Philip and Lucy de László with their son Henry outside No. 3 Fitzjohn’s Avenue, 1920’s Philip de László in his studio, 1930’s © de Laszlo Foundation © de Laszlo Foundation
  5. 5. IDEAL FORCENTRAL LONDON,HAMPSTEAD VILLAGE &THE HEATHHampstead has always been considered The green open spaces of Regent’s Park,to be one of London’s most desirable Hampstead Heath and Primrose Hill areboroughs, thanks to its elegant streets all within a short distance.and houses, excellent schools and nurseries, Nearby Hampstead Village, Belsize Parkits proximity to the hilly open spaces of and Primrose Hill are ideal places for cafés,Hampstead Heath, and its closeness to all shopping, socialising, wining and dining.the amenities of central London. Warmly protective of its welcoming villageSituated in the Fitzjohn’s Conservation Area, atmosphere and strong neighbourhoodon the borders of Belsize Park and St John’s community, Hampstead Village has a wideWood, Fitzjohn’s Avenue is within short range of independently owned shops, fromwalking distance of two underground stations, bakeries and greengrocers to fashion retailersFinchley Road on the Metropolitan and and art galleries - plus it has an extraordinarilyJubilee Lines and Swiss Cottage on the diverse range of café-bars, restaurants andJubilee Line, giving de Laszlo House residents traditional pubs.easy and rapid access to the West End, Neighbouring Hampstead Heath is a gloriousCity of London and Canary Wharf. place for relaxing, walking and running at anyThameslink rail services are at West Hampstead time of year, and affords magnificent viewsand main line railway stations are a short over the whole of London. The Heath embracesdistance away at Paddington, Euston and ponds, ancient woodlands, several open-airKing’s Cross St Pancras - the latter offering swimming pools, and Kenwood House, whichEurostar train connections to Europe. is open to the public and stages spectacular summer concerts.Sought after for its superb schools, theFitzjohn’s Conservation Area benefits fromlocal convenience shops and cafés on theadjacent Finchley Road, which include aflagship Waitrose food store.
  6. 6. THE RESIDENCES
  7. 7. IMPRESSIVE SPECIFICATION& ATTENTION TO DETAILThe exterior architecture of de Laszlo House speaker systems are situated strategicallycaptures all that is best in the 19th century throughout each property, with all cablingArts & Crafts movement; the elegant brick, discreetly hidden from view.tile-hung and terracotta façade includes large Residences at garden, raised ground andbay windows and balconies; ornate pediments first floor level have ceiling heights up toand decorative brickwork; carved brackets 3.6 metres, and their bespoke specificationand terracotta gabling; feature chimneys includes rose motif cornicing with egg andand hand-crafted entrance porticos. dart detailing, panelled tulipwood doors,The apartments benefit from an on-site tall skirting, plus architraves around doorsporter/concierge service, lift access, and windows. The upper-floor residencesimpressive communal entrance foyers have a highly contemporary and minimalist-and secure underground parking. style finish with ultra-clean lines, sleek doors and sliding wall panels. The spectacularThe specification of the apartment interiors penthouses feature light pillars, slidinginclude spacious garden-facing reception rooms mirror panels, pitched roofs with skylightswith large windows, generous ceiling heights and ceilings up to 4.2 metres in height whenand panelled tulipwood doors. Natural light opened up to the ridge height.brings a generous glow to satin-white wallsand white oiled solid wood Oak flooring. The centrepiece of each penthouse is aIllumination is provided by wall-mounted glass walled indoor garden with a retractablelighting including vertical ‘light pillars’ that roof light, creating a space which can beare flush to the wall surfaces. These can be open to the outside, ideal for relaxationcontrolled by wall-mounted iPad panels and entertaining.that also control heating and air-conditioning,communications and security, entertainmentand music. Flat-screen TVs and built-in
  8. 8. Each of the 18 residences at de Laszlo HouseEXCEPTIONAL SPACE is entirely unique - yet all are unified by a style signature perfectly created by Dandi Living, anOUTSTANDING ILLUMINATION award-winning architecture, design and development company specialising in premium- quality homes of distinction.& ATMOSPHERE With a portfolio of two, three and four bedroom properties to choose from, the newly built apartments are located behind the façade of what were originally three grand Victorian villas at Nos. 3, 5 & 7 Fitzjohn’s Avenue, now unified within a single seamless development that enjoys its own private and beautiful landscaped gardens to the rear. Properties are large, bright and airy, ranging from 1,054 sq ft to 3,060 sq ft, with abundant space further enhanced by open-plan layouts and large windows. Each apartment is defined by the extraordinary play of natural light and artfully placed, controllable interior illumination that can change the atmosphere with infinite subtlety. Kitchens retain the simplest yet stylish of layouts, with appliances hidden out of view behind easily moved walls and dividers until needed. Bathrooms and bedrooms are also deceptively simple yet entirely opulent, and extensive discreet storage space in bedrooms and other areas allows for minimal domestic clutter and maximum unfettered space - making these apartments ideal for both intimate entertaining and grand parties.
  9. 9. IMPRESSIVE SHAREDFEATURESEach residence at de Laszlo House is unique Concierge, parking and storage provisionin terms of room layouts, proportions and serve all apartments, and a permanentwindow styles. Some have private gardens, on-site porter/concierge provides securityothers private ornamental balconies or terraces. and reception services, as well as acting asThe raised ground floor residences also have a porter, guide and assistant for any queries.their own private entrances with wide outside There is an office suite for the porter/concierge,steps leading up to canopied entrance porches. as well as CCTV cameras throughout the apartment building and grounds. There isAs well as the large rear gardens, common a special luggage and sports storage roomto all properties are communal entrances for large luggage and sports equipment,featuring solid noise-reducing outside as well as additional storage bays in thedoors with access to spacious foyers. underground parking complex. This isThese incorporate mosaic flooring, light designed with large bays to accommodatepillars, art-glass sculptural radiators and both tall cars such as Range Rovers andhigh ceilings with coving, providing a large vehicles such as Bentleys.stunning first impression for visitors.Accessed from the ground floor lobbies,custom-designed lifts serve spacious liftlobbies on all floors. The dramaticcontemporary-style stairwells that sweepup through the building have limestonetreads and a forward-looking punctured-acoustic design to minimise sound.
  10. 10. The exquisite gardens at of celebrated garden parties The extensive rear gardens alsoFOUR SEASONS de Laszlo House have been created by Applied Landscape and the newly designed gardens at de Laszlo House have been incorporate a reflection pool with aquatic planting, an ornamentalLANDSCAPED GARDEN Design (ALD), a leading international practice whose designed to complement this illustrious history. Incorporating bridge and watershoots. To the south-western border of the projects embrace the UK, a seasonal design that features grounds is a charming woodland Abu Dhabi and Qatar. different flowers and plants during walkway with a path that weaves changing seasons, the gardens through the Amelanchier, Silver Philip de László used the are designed around a sweeping Birch, Plain and Syringas trees, sumptuous rear gardens of his formal lawn and sun terrace, which providing a place for peaceful home as a backdrop for a number adjoins a wildflower meadow. contemplation. To the front of de Flower borders and landscaping Laszlo House there is a 1.8 metre feature mature planting, trees high privet hedge, mature plants, and hedges, interspersed with landscaped areas and borders seating areas, stepping stones with Geraniums, Iris, Daffodils, and footpaths. Bluebells and Snowdrops to provide rich seasonal colour.
  11. 11. SIGNATURE STYLE FROMDANDI LIVINGThe residences at de Laszlo House showcase • Designer kitchens as artful social spaces.the Dandi Living brand’s refined and elegant The sculptural fitted kitchens are artisticsignature style, creating properties with statements as well as functional anddynamic open plan spaces where art and social spaces. Corian worktops arefunctionality blend with subtle perfection. complemented by bespoke white storageDe Laszlo House is a perfect exemplar of the units with bi-folding pocket doors that canDandi signature design which embraces: entirely conceal the kitchen or open to reveal appliances and work surfaces.• Light as an integral element of interior design. Dark plinths create an optical illusion, Interior open spaces are flooded with making the kitchen units appear to be natural light thanks to generously sized floating above the flooring. windows and elegantly simple décor. Additional illumination is provided by • Integral works of art created in mosaic. advanced halogen florescent, wash and Kitchens, bathrooms and communal LED wall lighting, as well as unique ‘light entrance foyers feature bespoke designed pillars’. These dramatic floor-to-ceiling handmade mosaics made from the finest light sources are formed by columns inset Thassos and Crema marble. Designed and with LED-lit strips finished with a frosted installed by individually commissioned acrylic cover. Light pillars are used to artisans and craftsmen, these unique works form dramatic entranceways, delineate of art add a flourish entirely at home with different living areas and add glamour the inherent artistry of each apartment and to reception rooms. de Laszlo House.
  12. 12. FLOORPLANS
  13. 13. APARTMENT 1 HOUSE 3 APARTMENT 9 HOUSE 5 APARTMENT 10 HOUSE 7LGLOWER GROUND FLOOR 4 BEDROOMS 3 BEDROOMS 3 BEDROOMS TOTAL NET AREA 288 SQ M / 3100 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA 233 SQ M / 2509 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA 189 SQ M / 2036 SQ FT 3 5 7 4 BEDROOM 3 BEDROOM PRIVATE GARDEN PRIVATE GARDEN PRIVATE GARDEN 1 9 10 SIDE LIGHTWELL ENTRANCE LOBBY LIFT LIFT LIFT ENTRANCE LOBBY FRONT LIGHTWELL FRONT LIGHTWELL FRONT LIGHTWELL FRONT LIGHTWELL
  14. 14. APARTMENT 2 HOUSE 3 APARTMENT 3 HOUSE 3 APARTMENT 11 HOUSE 5 APARTMENT 12 HOUSE 7GGROUND FLOOR 3 BEDROOMS 2 BEDROOMS 3 BEDROOMS 3 BEDROOMS TOTAL NET AREA 211 SQ M / 2265 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA 138 SQ M / 1484 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA 220 SQ M / 2376 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA 176 SQ M / 1895 SQ FT 3 5 7 3 BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM 2 3 11 12 LIFT LIFT LIFT
  15. 15. APARTMENT 4 HOUSE 3 APARTMENT 5 HOUSE 3 APARTMENT 13 HOUSE 5 APARTMENT 14 HOUSE 71FIRST FLOOR 3 BEDROOMS 2 BEDROOMS 3 BEDROOMS 3 BEDROOMS TOTAL NET AREA 153 SQ M / 1647 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA 115 SQ M / 1238SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA 166 SQ M / 1781 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA 159 SQ M / 1712 SQ FT 3 5 7 3 BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM 4 5 13 14 LIFT LIFT LIFT
  16. 16. APARTMENT 6 HOUSE 3 APARTMENT 7 HOUSE 3 APARTMENT 15 HOUSE 5 APARTMENT 16 HOUSE 72SECOND FLOOR 2 BEDROOMS LOWER FLOOR 3 BEDROOMS 3 BEDROOMS 3 BEDROOMS TOTAL NET AREA 145 SQ M / 1560 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA OF 175 SQ M / 1886 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA 157 SQ M / 1692 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA 151 SQ M / 1630 SQ FT BOTH FLOORS 3 5 7 3 BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM 6 7 15 16 LIFT LIFT LIFT
  17. 17. APARTMENT 8 HOUSE 3 APARTMENT 7 HOUSE 3 APARTMENT 17 HOUSE 5 APARTMENT 18 HOUSE 73THIRD FLOOR 2 BEDROOMS UPPER FLOOR 3 BEDROOMS 2 BEDROOMS 2 BEDROOMS TOTAL NET AREA 96 SQ M / 1035 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA OF 175 SQ M / 1886 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA 133 SQ M / 1440 SQ FT TOTAL NET AREA 118 SQ M / 1272 SQ FT BOTH FLOORS 3 5 7 3 BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM 8 7 WINTER WINTER GARDEN LIFT GARDEN LIFT 17 18
  18. 18. LANDSCAPED GARAGEGARDEN 3 5 7 LINK CORRIDOR ACCESS RAMP LIFT LIFT F I T Z J O H N ’ S A V E N U E F I T Z J O H N ’ S A V E N U E
  19. 19. SPECIFICATIONGENERAL • Bi-folding white Ash wood pocket • Cantilevered sanitary ware from mosaic flooring crafted from hand cut • Landscaping designed by multi-award • Each property has a high specification• Living rooms overlook private doors: can conceal kitchen or be Deca with white Quartz tops Thassos and Crema marble, light winning international landscape design intruder alarm system that accords communal rear gardens opened to create culinary space • Tap and shower fittings from Vado pillars, art-glass sculptural radiators practice Applied Landscape Design with NACOSS/NSI standards • Bespoke-design mosaic rug created and ceilings with feature coving • Gardens have a seasonal design• Engineered Oak wood floorboards • Bespoke high gloss, white Ash wood with white oil finish throughout living from hand cut mosaics made from vanity units with dark stained Ash • Raised ground floor residences that enables different flowers and COMMUNICATIONS AND areas, hallways and bedrooms pure white Thassos marble with soft wood interiors with own private entrances plants to be featured during the HOME ENTERTAINMENT contrast of light Crema marble • Communal staircases have Moleanos changing seasons• Underfloor heating throughout • Walls finished with light pillars and • Speakers, TV and communication • Selected kitchens have kitchen bespoke fitted mirrors limestone treads and a punctured- points to all principal rooms• Air cooling in all bedrooms and islands with white corian worktops acoustic ceiling design to minimise REAR GARDENS living space/kitchens • Bespoke showers with full height • Technology allows for fully automated and white storage units sound• Lift and stairwell access in each glass screens and handcrafted • Designed around formal lawn blinds and curtains • Separate utility room with engineered mosaic flooring • Custom-designed lifts engineered to and sun terrace apartment building • Each residence has its own data Oak wood white oiled flooring carry people in smooth, gentle silenceResidences at garden, raised ground • Mosaics made from hand cut • Wildflower meadow centre, controlled by central recessed with panelled doors with whiteand first floor level have: Thassos and Crema marble • Flower borders iPad panel in each living room Satinwood finish • Master bathrooms have white baths CONSTRUCTION FEATURES • iPad remote access and control of• Ceiling heights up to 3.6 metres • Feature landscaping with mature carved from Quartz Silestone • Designed to Sustainability Code planting, trees and hedges security, heating and entertainment• Rose motif cornicing with egg and MASTER BEDROOM Level 3 systems dart detailing • Seating areas, stepping stones and • Bedroom lined with wardrobes • Residences benefit from a centralised • Mood lighting/dimming• Panelled tulipwood doors with white PENTHOUSES footpaths • Bespoke wardrobes with high gloss, combined heat and power, underfloor • Individual room temperature control satin finish • Pitched roofs with skylights and • Reflection pool with aquatic planting, white Ash doors with dark stained heating and ventilation system• Skirting and architraves around ceilings up to 4.2 metres in height, feature bridge and watershoots Ash wood interiors with handmade • Ferrous-concrete floors doors and windows opened up to the ridge height HEATING, COOLING drawers, shelves and hanging rails • Entertaining spaces have pitched • Soundproofed floors and solid-block AND VENTILATIONResidences on upper floors and • Master bedrooms are generously FRONT GARDENS roofs and skylights wallspenthouses have: sized and can accommodate a • 1.8 metre privit hedge • Independent control of heating or • Glass walled winter garden with a • Special acoustic layer under the cooling in each room• Contemporary finish king-sized bed • Mature plants retractable roof light floorboards to minimise noise• Shadow and gap detailing • All master suites have an • Bathrooms and cloakrooms have • Landscaped areas and borders ensuite bathroom • Principal bedroom suite has pitched under floor electric heating• Sliding wall panels roof with automated windows ADDITIONAL • Used air extracted from cloakrooms • Selected bedrooms have privacy glass STORAGE ROOMS PARKING and bathroomsKITCHENS SECONDARY BEDROOMS walls, which can become clear or • Luggage and Sports Storage room • Secure underground parking• Fully fitted kitchen units and appliances • Suite lined with wardrobes opaque at the touch of a button for large luggage and sports complex CCTV security • Bespoke wardrobes with high gloss, ELECTRICAL• White corian worktops • Selected bathrooms have sliding equipment within the scheme • Large bays designed to accommodate white Ash doors with dark stained Ash • New electrical services distribution• Frosted glass LED back lit splash backs pocket doors • Further private storage bays in the both tall cars and large vehicles wood interiors with handmade systems with local distribution underground parking complex• Kitchen joinery finishes: high gloss drawers, shelves and hanging rails boards serving small power, lighting white Ash veneer with contrasting • Secondary bedrooms are generously SHARED FEATURES TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION and electrical equipment dark stained ash inner carcass sized and can comfortably • Newly-built residences behind restored CONCIERGE • Fire detection and alarm system• Kuppersbusch integrated accommodate a king-sized bed and new build Arts & Crafts style façade • On-site porter/concierge LIGHTING SYSTEM covering all areas appliances including: • Suites have an ensuite bathroom • Brick, tile hung and terracotta elevations • Dedicated office/suite for the • Fluorescent, LED wall lighting, - Built-in gas-on-ceramic glass hobs • Architectural features include bay porter/concierge provision for chandeliers - Okotherm-fan multi-function oven windows, balconies, pediments, - Microwave BATHROOMS decorative brickwork, carved brackets, LANDSCAPING - Dishwasher • Under heated flooring topped with terracotta gabling, feature chimneys SECURITY - Extractor bespoke-design mosaic • Garden level residences have their • On-site concierge/porter and hand-crafted entrance porticos - Integrated fridge and freezer own private patio gardens security presence • Hand cut mosaics made from pure • Solid noise reducing outside doors - Washing machine and dryer white Thassos with soft contrast of • All residents have exclusive use • Internal and external CCTV cameras • Communal entrance foyers with of the private front and rear light Crema marble throughout apartment building communal gardens and grounds
  20. 20. DANDI LIVINGEXPRESSING EXCEPTIONALARTISTIC ABILITIESWith a heritage of success as an award-winning Dandi Living takes its name from the late 18tharchitecture, design and development century term ‘Dandy’: one who places importancemanagement company, Dandi Living has created on refined and sophisticated appearance,a masterpiece of expression at de Laszlo House, language, creativity and the arts - all of which arecalling on its impressive experience in creating expressed in Dandi Living’s architectural designs.innovative architectural, interior specification and The company operates worldwide, with recentdesign schemes, with particular emphasis on residential and commercial projects in London,maximising space through space-saving designs Cyprus, Moscow and St. Petersburg.and innovations, together with the skilful use ofnatural and electrical illumination and traditional Dandi Living provides the perfect blend ofartisan skills in stone, wood and other materials. functionality and creative design, with living spaces designed to the highest standards of authenticity and quality. The end results are exceptionally impressive properties with classic interiors that exude timeless quality and luxury.
  21. 21. CONTACT STANSTEAD AIRPORT HAMPSTEAD HAMPSTEAD BELSIZE PARK BELSIZE PARK PRIMROSE HILL FITZJOHN’S AVENUE REGENT’S PARK NOTTING HILL LONDON FIN CITY CITY AIRPORT HLC WESTMINSTER EY CHELSEA RO AD FINCHLEY ROADHEATHROW PRIMROSE HILLAIRPORT REGENT’S PARK AV EN SWISS COTTAGE UE GE GATWICK AIRPORT RO CO ISS TTA AD SWFor further sales informationplease contact sole agents:Stephen Lindsay Neir Gigi Kris SmithFrank Townsend Bambos Haralambous Raul CimesaT 020 7472 5000 T 020 7435 4404 T 020 7431 8686 T 020 7861 5499For further enquiries about architecture,interior design and project management, please contact: Eva Siskinova T 020 7266 4424W W W. D E L A S Z L O H O U S E . C O M
  22. 22. With thanks to The de Laszlo Foundation and Archive Trust www.delaszloarchivetrust.comImportant Notice: Knight Frank, Savills & Goldschimdt & Howland, their clients and any joint agents give notice that: 1. They are not authorised to make orgive any representations or warranties in relation to the property either here or elsewhere, either on their own behalf or on behalf of their client or otherwise.They assume no responsibility for any statement that may be made in these particulars. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and mustnot be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 2. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans arefor guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or otherconsents and Knight Frank, Savills & Goldschimdt & Howland have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves byinspection or otherwise. Designed and produced by Cooper Rose Lawrie 07870 651 445.

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