Take 5…Homes with great kitchens
We have picked five impressive homes with a variety of styles and designs.
Home of original thinking
City centres are the regional focal points for arts, food and outstanding architecture and historically a central location for businesses. Despite this, for many people, city centres are their ‘neighbourhood’, their ‘community’, and the place they call ‘home’. From apartments in Edinburgh’s west end, penthouses in cosmopolitan central London, to the commanding Georgian terraces in historic Bath, the buzz of each individual city centre is thanks to the homes located there. During the past year, the community feeling has come to the fore – from getting to know your neighbours with simple acts of kindness, and exploring the streets with new exercise regimes, many city centre residents have rediscovered the joys of city life.
Every city has a diversity of architecture with buildings varying in style, each telling an architectural and historical story. Cities are hotspots for galleries and museums, as well as festivals, music, diverse markets, and music scenes. As well as city centres having an immersive culture, they are great for family days out offering everything from shopping to culture, museums to musicals, eating out to stepping out!
Here we have five homes on the market in city centres across the country:
This superb three bed duplex apartment is situated on the top two floors of the re-imagined Television Centre. It boasts an open plan living space and is dual aspect, providing ample natural light and three large terraces.
The Clarence is a large lateral apartment, comprising four bedroom suites, and has been dressed by interior designer Katherine Pooley. Each principle room enjoys spectacular views towards London's West End and neighbouring St James's Palace.
Hamilton House offers a rare opportunity for contemporary living in the heart of one of Edinburgh’s and the UK’s most desirable locations.Discreetly tucked away behind an iconic red sandstone façade, incredible, modern design and a sweeping open concept brings out the beauty of this stunning townhouse.
A beautiful and wonderfully located Georgian crescent, with far reaching views, Camden Crescent was built by John Eveleigh in 1788 and is positioned on the slopes of Lansdown overlooking the city centre.
Located in the in the heart of Edinburgh’s West End. With a superb drawing room and two generous bedrooms, this property is well worth viewing.