ALL THATS BEST ABOUT LONDON LIVING

Opal Mews is an exciting development of just five homes, creating a peaceful
and private gated community in the heart of bustling NW6.

INTRODUCTION

A tranquil and exceptionally comfortable haven close to
Queens Park, West Hampstead and Notting Hill.
Only six stops from Bond Street station, the West End is a short tube or taxi journey away.

Comprising just 5 homes, this gated environment has been architecturally designed to create contemporary, open plan living finished to a precise and exacting standard. The houses, all with their own unique, individual personality share the feeling of space, natural light and calmness and are available in indulgent 3 and 5 bedroom layouts.

FEATURES

  • Knightsbridge spec at £752 per sqft
  • A private gated community
  • 10 year building defects insurance
  • Underfloor heating system set in polished concrete
  • Engineered oak floor at first floor level
  • Full height opening crittal style windows
  • Bespoke made to measure wardrobes
  • State of the art hot water systems
  • Energy efficient lighting

EXTERIOR

  • Private access via gate system
  • Landscaped communal area
  • Off-street parking space
  • 17 x space bicycle rack

SECURITY

  • Private access to mews via electric gate entry
    system with one parking space for each each unit
  • Video door entry system with keypad access
    with individual intruder alarms
  • Fire system with CO2 and smoke detection
  • Velux noise reduction, self cleaning glass with
    integrated electronics and rain sensors

ART

Artist Hugo Dalton created a Canopy Wallpainting for the entrance at Opal Mews by hand painting aluminium onto the walls. Dalton says of the work: "The space is one of transition from metropolis into the calm of the mews beyond. I wanted to enhance and extend this moment and the canopy created by painting the leaves on the ceiling gives the feeling a private world beneath the tree".

Dalton's work has exhibited at the V&A London, Barneys New York and recently at the Today Museum Beijing.




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