The Eliot

The Eliot’s location marries privacy and exclusivity with the 790-acre wilderness of neighbouring Hampstead Heath. The delights of London’s largest ancient parkland are only moments away, and the prestigious Kenwood House sits at the entrance to the Heath. Designed by the famous 18th century Scottish architect, Robert Adam, and surrounded by lush landscaped gardens created by Sir Humphrey Repton, Kenwood is one of London’s hidden gems. With awe-inspiring interiors featuring a world-class art collection, from Rembrandt to Turner, Gainsborough to Vermeer, Kenwood is a very welcome neighbour.

These truly sumptuous homes lie within an imposing, elegant and classic façade. Exquisitely landscaped and surrounded by mature trees, the impressive entrance portico is an appropriate welcome to these spacious, contemporary apartments. The interior architects have optimised the natural light, providing bright rooms with large windows and highly considered layouts. This is all complemented by extensive spa and fitness facilities at the lower level with gym, pool, sauna and steam rooms. Finally, the residents can enjoy the personal attention of both a concierge service and night security.