Home » News » Land & New Homes » Aston Chase: £15m sales success at first airspace scheme Aston Chase: £15m sales success at first airspace scheme2nd December 20190184 Views The collection of four luxury penthouses at an airspace development scheme, Belsize Park, is now all sold, testament to high demand for new-build homes of this calibre, says the sales agent Aston Chase.Kings College Court is the first airspace development scheme in Belsize Park, with the quartet of homes achieving £15 million of sales in deals led by joint-sole agents Aston Chase and Savills.Kings College Court is a residential building originally built in 1969 that has undergone a complete transformation by developer Pirton Ltd., with a collection of four penthouses constructed as two new floors on top of the existing building using airspace rights. Offering exceptional views across Primrose Hill and London, the penthouse collection offers a premium lifestyle for residents. Prices started from £2.85 million.The high quality penthouses have fantastic views. It is no surprise that this scheme has proved so popular.Pirton Ltd. an experienced airspace developer, in the transformation of airspace above existing residential buildings. The existing building at Kings College Court has been completely revamped, each apartment has a new private balcony, as well as landscaped communal gardens, upgraded communal areas including a new entrance foyer and the entire building has been reclad.One Middle Eastern buyer purchased the top two apartments for his family to live in, with the other two apartments going to British buyers.Simon Deen, Director of New Homes at Aston Chase, added, “Kings College Court is an exceptional scheme in Belsize Park and a true success as the area’s first airspace development. The penthouse collection offers high-quality homes with fantastic views and it is no surprise that this scheme has proven so popular with buyers.www.astonchase.com Pirton Ltd. Kings College Court Belsize Park luxury penthouses airspace development new homes Aston Chase Simon Deen 2019-12-02Jenny van Breda Related articles Calls for ‘green belt’ to be explained to public29th April 2021 Young entrepreneur launches UK’s first ‘modern’ land buying and selling portal15th April 2021 Retail and pub re-openings sparked newbuild sales homes surge yesterday13th April 2021What’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.