Mill Hill, Where Village Charm And Modern Aesthetics Collide
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The Plaza Collection is unveiling its latest residential project Mill Hill in Barnet – an upper-middle class neighbourhood in London.

The area is deemed equivalent to Kowloon Tong in Hong Kong thanks to its rich lifestyle offerings and accessibility to first class education institutions. Surrounded by abundant greenery, Mill Hill features more than 700 design-led one and two bedroom residential units done by award-winning interior design studio Michaelis Boyd. Each apartment enjoys a balcony and floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the interior with natural light, while each house is fashioned with a blend of warm wood tones, characterful colours and smart industrial accents inspired by the rolling countryside of Mill Hill and its deep history. The project also features a new landscaped plaza as well as 1,400 square metres of vibrant commercial and retail space, filled with independent cafes, shops, and leisure areas.


Adjacent to the affluent residential district of Hampstead – one of London’s top luxury residential enclaves – Mill Hill boasts more than 100 schools in its vicinity including the Henrietta Barnett School and Queen Elizabeth’s School. In terms of connectivity, Mill Hill is situated in walking distinct from the Northern Line’s Mill Hill East Station, allowing residents to reach King’s Cross station in 20 minutes, Tottenham Court Road station in 30 minutes and Bank (City of London) in 32 minutes. A wealth of nearby lifestyle spaces and leisure opportunities, including supermarket retailer Waitrose and health club Virgin Active, are also accessible within a 10 minutes’ drive.


Developer: Plaza Collection
Architecture/Design: Michaelis Boyd
Price: from HK$4.2 million

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