The Maple Building

The Maple Building

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Apartments
Thomas Ansell (Lawrie Cornish)

The Maple Building

Linton Group as Developers

FORMER MAPLE FURNITURE TURNED WORLD WAR ONE SUPPLIES FACTORY CONVERTED INTO LUXURY APARTMENTS Leading London developer The Linton Group is undertaking with Savills the launch of The Maple Building, a collection of 57 one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses, within the former Kentish Town Maple & Co. maple furniture factory. The 19th century six-storey red brick building has undergone an extensive refurbishment and restoration programme, with bright and spacious apartments ranging in size from approximately 450 sq. ft. to 2,000 sq. ft. Prices start from £525,000. Dating back to the 1890’s, The Maple Building was first developed as a Maple & Co. maple furniture factory, once one of the world’s leading antique furniture makers. The factory produced furniture sold in the main Maple & Co. outlet located on Tottenham Court Road, as well as providing bespoke furnishings by Royal Appointment to the British Royal Family. During the First World War, Maple & Co. offered a number of its factories to help the war effort, with sections of the Kentish Town branch secretly adapted to produce fighter plane components, canvas tents and other vital supplies for allied troops on the front line. Surviving the extensive bombing raids on Kentish Town throughout the Second World War, The Maple Building later became a clothing factory in the late 20th century, before being transformed into private office space. Retaining its industrial façade, The Maple Building provides an elegant mixture of modern furnishings and fittings, with period features, including large Crittal windows. Benefitting from its productive past, each apartment benefits from exceptional ceiling heights, producing bright and airy living spaces.


Each apartment provides open-plan kitchen/dining/living areas, bathrooms and generous utility/storage areas. Each German designed Pronorm kitchen is fitted with Miele cooking appliances and Siemens fridge/freezer. High-quality engineered pale oak flooring is present in living spaces, hallways and bedrooms, with underfloor heated tiled flooring in each bathroom. The interiors have been produced by specialist residential interior design studio Gordon-Duff & Linton. Specialising in both classic and architectural interior design, Gordon-Duff & Linton, a sister company of The Linton Group, has been involved on the project from the outset, ensuring the layout of the building will provide the best use of design and space. A range of bespoke furniture packages have been designed by Gordon-Duff & Linton, which are available to purchasers looking for stress-free high-quality interior design and furnishings. The ground and lower ground floors will incorporate a mixture of commercial and leisure space, which will include a privately managed gym open to the public. Residents of The Maple Building will also benefit from a 24-hour concierge service, located in the spectacularly designed entrance hall. Two residents lifts provide access to all floors, with residents parking available for the three-bedroom apartments and penthouses. Gary Linton Managing Director of The Linton Group, commented: “This is one of our largest project to date, but one where we have retained our strenuous attention to detail on all of the final works and finishings. Each apartment will feel unique and have a character of its own. We have not looked to create neutral, box-style apartments here; we wanted to create a scheme that adds a real quality of living for prospective purchasers.


Gary, continued: “The local area is undergoing extensive regeneration, with a number of new developments and restaurants creating one of the most exciting places to live in London. The refurbishment of The Maple Building will help attract an exciting tranche of new residents, playing a big role in the transformation of the area.” Fronting onto Highgate Road, The Maple Building is in an enviable location, close to Hampstead Heath and Parliament Hill to the north west, with Primrose Hill and The Regent’s Park to the south. Residents of the top floor apartments will enjoy spectacular views of the London skyline, taking in sights as far as The Shard and The London Eye. The Maple Building enjoys excellent transport links. Serviced by Kentish Town Station (Northern Line and Thameslink), residents can reach Camden Town in one minute, King’s Cross St. Pancras in seven minutes, Oxford Circus in ten minutes, Bank in sixteen minutes and London Bridge in eighteen minutes*.


- Leading London developer The Linton Group is undertaking with Savills the launch of The Maple Building, a collection of 57 one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses - The apartments are set within the former Kentish Town Maple & Co. maple furniture factory - The 19th century six-storey red brick building has undergone an extensive refurbishment and restoration programme - Bright and spacious apartments range in size from approximately 450 sq. ft. to 2,000 sq. ft. - Prices start from £525,000 - Dating back to the 1890’s, The Maple Building was first developed as a Maple & Co. maple furniture factory, once one of the world’s leading antique revival furniture makers - The factory produced furniture sold in the main Maple & Co. outlet located on Tottenham Court Road, as well as providing bespoke furnishings by Royal Appointment to the British Royal Family - During the First World War, Maple & Co. offered a number of its factories to help the war effort - Sections of the Kentish Town branch were secretly adapted to produce fighter plane components, canvas tents and other vital supplies for allied troops on the front line - Surviving the extensive bombing raids on Kentish Town throughout the Second World War, The Maple Building later became a clothing factory in the late 20th century, before being transformed into private office space - Retaining its industrial façade, The Maple Building provides an elegant mixture of modern furnishings and fittings, with period features, including large Crittal windows - Benefitting from its productive past, each apartment benefits from exceptional ceiling heights, producing bright and airy living spaces - Each apartment provides open-plan kitchen/dining/living areas, bathrooms and generous utility/storage areas - Each German designed Pronorm kitchen is fitted with Miele cooking appliances and Siemens fridge/freezer - High-quality engineered pale oak flooring is present in living spaces, hallways and bedrooms, with underfloor heated tiled flooring in each bathroom - The interiors have been produced by specialist residential interior design studio Gordon-Duff & Linton - Specialising in both classic and architectural interior design, Gordon-Duff & Linton, a sister company of The Linton Group, has been involved on the project from the outset, ensuring the layout of the building will provide the best use of design and space - A range of bespoke furniture packages have been designed by Gordon-Duff & Linton, which are available to purchasers looking for stress-free high-quality interior design and furnishings - The ground and lower ground floors will incorporate a mixture of commercial and leisure space, which will include a privately managed gym open to the public - Residents of The Maple Building will also benefit from a 24-hour concierge service, located in the spectacularly designed entrance hall - Two residents lifts provide access to all floors, with residents parking available for the three-bedroom apartments and penthouses - Fronting onto Highgate Road, The Maple Building is in an enviable location, close to Hampstead Heath and Parliament Hill to the north west, with Primrose Hill and The Regent’s Park to the south - Residents of the top floor apartments will enjoy spectacular views of the London skyline, taking in sights as far as The Shard and The London Eye - The Maple Building enjoys excellent transport links. Serviced by Kentish Town Station (Northern Line and Thameslink), residents can reach - - Camden Town in one minute, King’s Cross St. Pancras in seven minutes, Oxford Circus in ten minutes, Bank in sixteen minutes and London Bridge in eighteen minutes Gary Linton Managing Director of The Linton Group, said: “This is one of our largest project to date, but one where we have retained our strenuous attention to detail on all of the final works and finishings. Each apartment will feel unique and have a character of its own. We have not looked to create neutral, box-style apartments here; we wanted to create a scheme that adds a real quality of living for prospective purchasers.


"The local area is undergoing extensive regeneration, with a number of new developments and restaurants creating one of the most exciting places to live in London. The refurbishment of The Maple Building will help attract an exciting tranche of new residents, playing a big role in the transformation of the area.”

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