Hamilton Terrace, St Johns Wood, £4,250,000

Hamilton Terrace St Johns Wood, £4,250,000

Hamilton Terrace
St Johns Wood, £4,250,000

Formerly the ground floor and ballroom of a double-fronted Victorian villa, this three-bedroom apartment in prestigious St John’s Wood is a lofty and inspiring residence, with interiors considerately designed by Dane Bailey.

Occupying the original drawing rooms of the house, including the 13m long ballroom with 4m high ceilings, the residence stuns with a wealth of period features, including: ceiling roses, historic cornice, hand-carved skirting boards, a marble fireplace, and intricately carved doors.

Sympathetically restored for the well-travelled city magnate, Dane Bailey’s award-winning style soothes throughout, with exquisite and attenuated shades of grey and emboldening natural fibers. The bespoke oak kitchen includes a curved, fluted island with bevelled doors, Viola Calacatta marble worktops, oak chevron parquet floors and Miele appliances.

The property also has a large principal suite made up of two dressing rooms, a large bedroom, which is covered in tadelakt and a bathroom with a contemporary bath, shower and a travertine-clad double vanity. Natural stone has been used extensively throughout the apartment, including five types of marble and a number of beautiful limestone.



St John’s Wood, known for its quaint village feel, sophisticated architecture, renowned Lord’s Cricket Ground, and vibrant cosmopolitan vibe, stands out as one of London’s most coveted locations. Its proximity to London’s West End and City, accessible quickly by road or underground, contrasts with its distinct character, shaped by a unique architectural and historical heritage. Additionally, the 400 acres of the adjacent Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill enhance its appeal. For over two centuries, St John’s Wood has remained a top choice for those seeking a desirable London neighbourhood.


  • Maida Vale - 8 mins (Bakerloo Line)
  • St. John's Wood - 13 mins (Jubilee Line)

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