This is a sponsored article on behalf of Hill.
Dream home alert! If you're looking to buy in London — with premium quality and a beautiful location at the top of your wish list — then The Artisan really needs to be on your radar.
This brand new boutique development by Hill can be found at the edge of Hampstead Heath, one of the capital's loveliest green spaces. Unsurprisingly, homes here have been snapped up fast, with just a handful of two-bedroom apartments now remaining.
Each of these is ready to move into immediately, meaning you could soon be living mere minutes from the rural idyll that inspired the likes of Keats, Constable, Shelley and Byron. But that's not the only reason to get excited about it...
Each apartment at The Artisan is finished to an extremely high specification, balancing style, comfort and practicality.
We're talking soft-close matt finish kitchen units, integrated energy-efficient appliances, and beautiful Amtico flooring — all included as standard. Other perks include underfloor heating, LED feature lighting and full-height windows that flood the living space with light.
What's more, you get your own private outdoor space in the form of a private balcony or terrace, and that's on top of the 800 acres of open space that's practically on your doorstep.
A leisurely stroll from The Artisan to Hampstead Heath takes just six minutes, or 120 seconds if you cycle! This wildlife-rich expanse of greenery is perfect for summer picnics, autumnal weekend rambles (ideally followed by a roast in one of the many excellent local pubs — we like The Flask), and serotonin-boosting morning jogs.
You can also head to Parliament Hill for panoramic views of London, or enjoy a dip in one of the heath's famous swimming ponds.
The Artisan is also within walking distance of Hampstead Village, a picture-book-charming neighbourhood with cobbled streets and all manner of boutique cafes, shops, and restaurants.
For culture vultures, there's the prestigious Catto Gallery, as well as Hampstead Theatre and the original 1930s Everyman cinema. Hampstead is also home to two fascinating National Trust properties, plus the former residences of romantic poet John Keats and founder of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud, both of which are open to the public.
With so many things to do in your local area, you might find that you don't want to leave it very often. But if work or leisure does call you into central London, Hampstead's transport links mean you've got an easy journey ahead of you.
Golders Green and Hampstead Underground stations are both within walking distance, as is mainline station Cricklewood. All three stations can get you to St Pancras International in under 15 minutes, with the Square Mile just a 20 minute journey from Hampstead and Cricklewood (ideal for City workers!)
Sounds lovely, doesn't it? Remember, just a few two-bedroom properties remain at The Artisan, so you'll want to move fast in order to secure one for yourself. Book a viewing today to get the ball rolling.
Two-bedroom apartments at The Artisan start at £735,000.