Belsize Park Firehouse,
Large Open Living Space
New 999 Year Lease
Unique Original Features
Bespoke Fitted Storage
Story of the Home
“Rarely does an opportunity arise to create an iconic residential landmark in London. Belsize Park Fire Station was officially opened in 1915. Designed by Charles Canning Windmill, an architect of the London County Council Architects Department, it was awarded it’s Grade II* listing by English Heritage over 40 years ago, described as “The most distinctive and original of a remarkable series of Fire Stations built.”
The Belsize Park Firehouse has been meticulously refurbished to create a distinctive collection of exclusive one, two, three and four bedroom apartments. The thoughtful and contemporary design compliment the heritage of this fine building. Retaining Arts and Crafts period architecture, preserved with meticulous attention to detail throughout, adding to the building’s rich legacy for future generations.
Belsize Park Firehouse is within a short walk to both Primrose Hill to the south and Hampstead to the north. On England’s Lane, just a few minute’s walk, there are some great café’s bakeries and restaurants. The development is conveniently positioned between Belsize Park (Northern Line) and Swiss Cottage (Jubilee Line) underground stations, together with an outstanding range of schools.”
"Formally the Engine and Appliance room of the Fire Station with its distinctive high bay doors, the space housed the horses that used to pull the engines and steam pumps, now it forms the main living space of this unique three bedroom apartment."