In its prime location on Haverstock Hill, the thoroughfare which connects Camden Town with Belsize Park and Primrose Hill, The Vabel Haverstock overlooks the intersection of some of London’s most iconic locales. The building is a striking presence on the Hill, with a white façade and sculptural forms.
The concave curve of the focal corner contrasts with the sharp edges of its silhouette. Large windows appear carved into its volume, filling the rooms inside with light and framing views.
Combined, these elements create a modern rhythm rooted in North London’s architectural heritage, from Georgian townhouses and Modernist mansion blocks to Victorian pubs and underground stations. It’s founded on a diverse aesthetic history, but The Vabel Haverstock is resolutely contemporary in its execution.
Beautiful communal roof terrace
Exceptional living experiences
Each apartment is perfectly designed for the flow of modern life. Attractive and contemporary homes with excellent proportions, plentiful natural light and a robust, raw and refined material palette.
Industrial inspired material palette
Enter bright, spacious and highly functional homes, designed for the flow of modern life. Light fills the rooms by day through large inset windows, and glows by night from atmospheric fittings thoughtfully placed throughout.
Live in the heart of the city. The Vabel Haverstock sits opposite Chalk Farm tube station and its prime position on the Northern Line, meaning you can be in Oxford Circus in 15 minutes, and the West End in no more than 20. The development itself is only a short distance to the popular Camden Town with all its amenities.Disclaimer
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