Luxury Living At Gayton Road, England
This luxury home known as Gayton Road was designed by renowned architects Paxton Locher. The five-bedroom luxury home can be found in upmarket Hampstead Village in London, England.
The house is set behind electric gates, and has a front courtyard with two off-street parking spaces. The luxury home it is set around a spectacular 40ft double-volume reception room, according to the estate agent, The Modern House.
The reception room has two retractable glass rooflights which, when open, transform the space into an open-air courtyard. Running alongside is a dramatic custom-made glass swimming pool.
The house was designed in conjunction with the renowned engineer Max Fordham.
Gayton Road is located off Hampstead High Street. The luxury property is quietly situated and invisible from the road, yet only 50m from the shops and restaurants of the High Street, and a short walk from the vast open spaces of Hampstead Heath.
The contemporary home is currently on sale for £7.95 million. Images courtesy of The Modern House.
February 8, 2012 | Property | View comments
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