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A boutique collection of nine luxurious two and three bedroom apartments on a tree-lined avenue.
The Halley will significantly raise the bar for luxury residential property in the area in terms of design, fit and finish. Situated just a 10 minute walk from Finchley Central station on tree-lined Dollis Avenue, the development features large landscaped communal gardens, private outdoor space, underground parking and lift access, whilst enjoying far-reaching western views over Finchley and its surrounds. The Halley is finished in an attractive combination of red brick and white render that matches the local vernacular, with large pointed gables that flood the interiors with light.
The apartments enjoy expansive, unique layouts, with an excellent specification throughout. This includes sleek and individually designed kitchens with contemporary Siemens integrated appliances and composite stone worktops, wet underfloor heating throughout with Oak engineered timber flooring and luxuriously appointed bedrooms and bathrooms. Virtually every bedroom features en-suite facilities while many of the master bedrooms boast walk-in dressing rooms and adjoining balconies. Bespoke built-in wardrobes are fitted to all master and second bedrooms.
Conveniently located in Zone 4 to experience all of North London and beyond.
The property is situated in Finchley Central, a popular North London suburb with famous historic residents such as Charles Darwin and Spike Milligan. Close to central London yet on the edge of open countryside and woodland, it is both a hotspot for mainstay residents as well as young professionals and families.
The popular leisure attractions of Alexandra Palace, Kenwood House and Hampstead Heath are also nearby, providing vast expanses of open green space, complemented by a number of surrounding attractions.
Fitness & Wellbeing
Designed by five times Open winner James Braid, Finchley Golf Club is located minutes from the property and offers residents of The Halley an exclusive discount of 20% on their membership fees. Further leisure facilities include Finchley Manor Tennis club, conveniently positioned at the rear of the property, while David Lloyd offers indoor tennis courts and an extensive selection of gym, fitness and swimming facilities. For rugby fans out there, Allianz Park has been home to Saracens Rugby club since 2012, providing top level domestic and European club fixtures on a regular basis, just minutes from The Halley.
Restaurants & Gastropubs
There are a variety of speciality food stores nearby, including Graham’s Organic & Free Range butchers, which has been part of the community since 1939, along with the longstanding Scott & Sons Fishmongers. Furthermore, a diverse and widespread selection of independent cafés, restaurants and gastropubs are available to meet a range of eclectic tastes. The Orange Tree in Totteridge Village blends rural charm with modern flair in a unique country setting, allowing one to dine, drink and socialise day or night. The Margot Bakery offers exceptional sourdough products, while serving up delicious baked breakfasts, and the Chriskitch Café leads the area on brunch with its mouth-watering meze breakfasts.
History & Culture
Finchley and its surrounds have a surprisingly diverse array of cultural venues. In East Finchley, the fully independent Phoenix Cinema, one of the oldest running cinemas in London since 1910, showcases alternative and foreign language films as well as more traditional theatre performances and cinema screenings. It is also a registered charity with patrons including Judi Dench and Benedict Cumberbatch. Artsdepot is an award- winning arts centre which houses a 395-seat theatre, a smaller studio theatre, gallery, café and bar while St Stephens House and Gardens is located moments away from the property and is steeped in history.
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