This penthouse apartment forming part of this newly converted unique Victorian character property and set behind gated entrance offers three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The Pump House compromises of seven luxury 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, one detached house and one principle 3 bedroom home - each one unique in layout and matched with the same high levels of restoration, craftsmanship and integrity.
Antlia Court basks in the highest quality fixtures and fittings, conducive to modern day living. As such, residents will enjoy a number of innovations, from under floor heating to waterproof technology in the bathrooms. Kitchen benefit from wine coolers and state of the art instant hot water taps, making life that much easier.
In 1902 The Pump House was constructed to accommodate an increasing local population. In spite of the humble purpose of the building, Victorian trends dictated the use of exquisite materials and visually beautiful construction. Influenced by the Queen Anne style architecture, The Pump House proved to be no exception. Over a century later, this undeniably unique structure stands testament to a time of 'building glory' and resting proudly within its imposing natural surroundings. Sympathetically restored and preserved whilst brought firmly into the 21st century The Pump House is now fully equipped to continue writing pages of its history.
Families will be well served by the array of state, grammar and private schools in the area. Take for instance Merryhills and Enfield Grammar School, both under a mile from the properties.
Despite its abundance of greenery and rural environment, Antlia Court holds a winning hand when it comes to outstanding location. For amenities, Cockfosters Underground Station (Piccadilly Line) is under 3-miles from the properties, making the London networks and the Capital's offerings easily accessible. For traveling further afield, the M25 is also less than 3-miles away and Heathrow and Gatwick airports are 35 and 70-miles respectively, making international travel simple.