Over the last few years’ we’ve watched West Hampstead Square grow. We knew it had been designed with luxury in mind, with bespoke, vintage features that nod to the almost Bohemian designs found in the immediate locality, and we can now excitedly reveal that the finish certainly lives up to expectations.
Inside West Hampstead Square / Heritage Lane
The first internal photos from West Hampstead Square come from a one bedroom flat inside the Hardy building.
The photo above was taken from the bedroom and you can see the kitchen / living area through the doorway on the left, and into the bathroom on the right.
New homes aren’t generally known for their storage space, but that’s just one area where West Hampstead Square bucks the trend. There are plenty of built-in storage areas that have made clever use of the space.
The bathrooms really are something special.
We love the attention to detail and how spacious they are.
The taps look yellow gold in some of these images, but in real life they have a lovely brassy finish.
It’s all about the little details.
It’s not just the bathrooms that we love; West Hampstead Square also has beautifully fitted kitchens.
The kitchens are very much made for cooking in, whilst still being easy on the eye.
They’ve been fitted with quality materials.
We love the shape of the breakfast bar (and that there’s plenty of legroom underneath!).
The kitchens have a modern, contemporary style and are filled with natural light.
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