London-based property developer Mount Anvil’s new luxury collection of refurbished and new build apartments and townhouses pay homage to a rich site history and vibrant local community. The stunning refurbished and new build one, two and three-bedroom luxury apartments and three and four-bedroom townhouses can be found in Highbury Park, London, England.
The Loxfords is a design-led, residential project. The properties has been sensitively developed with the history of the site and the character of the community providing influence and inspiration for the design. From the meticulous preservation of historical exterior detail to the specifications of the interior appliances.
The luxury London properties take a rich history and classic architectural icon respectfully into the future. Set around a beautiful landscaped garden, the 82 new luxury homes encompass a 19th-century building converted into art deco style called Loxford House. The site served as the home of Action for Children since 1926.
To achieve a contemporary take on the Edwardian architecture of the location and emulate
surrounding properties, yellow London brick – laid in an old fashioned ‘Flemish Bond’ pattern – has been used and the impressive full-height period doorways and windows have been carefully restored and enhanced.
On the inside, design-led, stylish Islington living is on offer, mixing charming period features such as the original brass-handled stairways and high ceilings with the unashamedly contemporary. These new homes have been designed and built to the highest specifications and feature a fabulous range of Siemens appliances, pristine white Corian worktops and wine fridges. The bathrooms are sleek and include double-ended baths and Corian vanity units and seamless storage solutions are provided through the fully fitted wardrobes incorporated into every bedroom. An impressive concierge in an art-deco style welcomes residents and visitors.
Finally, the meticulously crafted gardens will provide a stunning setting for the development, and Mount Anvil worked with the existing topography of the site to retain the trees, many of which are protected. The area behind the properties has also been opened up to create a fully accessible park, enabling a taste of village living a stone’s throw from Central London.
For more information about The Loxfords, visit: theloxfords.com