On the Market: February 2023

We take a peek inside some of the finest properties on the market in Prime London this month.


For Sale

Regent’s Park Road, NW1.

Set within Hurst House, a brightly painted period abode overlooking Primrose Hill, this two-bed lateral flat has an address to die for. The raised ground floor apartment features a host of characterful original features, from its ornate cornicing to its grand marble fireplace – the central focal point of its 21 ft reception room. But what makes this property a real stand out is its light, bright and airy feel, and that’s thanks to its enviably high ceilings and huge sash windows. Unusually, the flat boasts floor-to-ceiling bay windows both front and back, further adding to the property’s quintessentially London charm.

£2.4 million, Chancellors  (020 7586 3111; chancellors.co.uk)


For Sale

Wimpole Street, W1

If you love a London home with history, be prepared to fall hard for this one. The six-bed Grade II listed Marylebone residence offers an abundance of period charm, so much so that you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d stepped onto a period drama film set. Think floor-toceiling wood panelling, elaborate cornicing, and a grand, swooping staircase. That said, the kitchen and bathrooms offer all modern conveniences with their chic but architecturally sympathetic design. Further amenities include a double width garage, a spa room and sauna, and even a private screening room – the perfect spot to watch the new Bridgerton spinoff.

£12.95 million, Aston Chase (020 7724 4724; astonchase.com)

For Sale

Oakhill Avenue, NW3

This sprawling seven-bed residence has been under the same ownership for almost 30 years, making it a rare buy. The red brick family home is situated in a tranquil corner spot on the west side of Hampstead and is set back behind a gated driveway and a mature front garden. Perfectly appointed and light and airy throughout, the detached house comes with a wealth of characterful features including period fireplaces and light-loving French doors.

Its substantial 97 ft back garden is beautifully manicured, too. Snap this one up and you could have your very own slice of leafy Hampstead loveliness.

£7.5 million, Goldschmidt & Howland (020 7435 4404; g-h.co.uk)