New homes in Muswell Hill: three listed heritage buildings transformed into large flats and family houses with roof terraces
Covering six acres, the new development has 161 homes, including new houses and large flats in three listed heritage buildings.
It has no Tube station, but the leafy inner suburb of Muswell Hill has handsome Edwardian houses, highly regarded schools, a village centre and lots of open space.
Over the years, local conservationists have kept developers at bay, especially in the covetable enclaves ringing the Broadway, where houses that were once divided into flats are again becoming family homes.
Sought-after pockets include the grid of streets between Fortis Green Road and Grand Avenue, and the patch around Highgate Wood and Queen’s Wood.
Right here is Woodside Square, a new address where a psychiatric hospital once stood.
The site covers six acres and has 161 homes, including new houses and large flats in three listed heritage buildings.
In-keeping low-rise apartment blocks are being built around a central garden square with an underground car park.
Three-bedroom houses, with a garden and roof terrace, have been launched. Prices from £1.4 million. Call 020 3320 8220.