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Hassle-free later living in the heart of Hampstead

Bellevue isn't just a place to live but a lifestyle

Whether downsizing, moving closer to family and friends, or simply seeking something new, at Pegasus we believe retirement signifies a new beginning. However, we understand that the process of moving home at any age can be a big undertaking, with many of our customers moving on from the large, family homes that they have lived in for many years.

We want to make that transition a little easier, which is why our age-exclusive communities provide a breadth of choice and flexibility that helps make your next chapter as hassle-free as possible.

Designed by world-leading architects Morris+Company, who have drawn inspiration from Hampstead’s Edwardian charm and prestigious surroundings, the development today presents a range of stylish one and two-bedroom apartments which boast incredible views from their private balconies and floor to ceiling windows. The apartments offer both comfort and luxury, with high quality, modern kitchens that optimise space and light, ensuite bathrooms housing walk-in showers and open-plan living areas.

Not just a place to live, but a lifestyle

Home is more than just bricks and mortar, and it is the personal touch paired with discretion that sets our communities apart. Belle Vue has a dedicated Lifehost charged with making life a little easier, bringing residents together for social events and acting as a first port of call for queries and local knowledge.

Health and wellbeing are at the heart of this community concept. Glynis, a  resident at Belle Vue says: “I chose this development as it has got a good balance of living areas that are private, and common areas that are the basis for a sociable existence.There’s a lovely swimming pool, gym and sauna, and the restaurant is wonderful.” Other facilities include landscaped outdoor courtyards, 24-hour concierge-style services, safe on-site parking and a guest suite for friends and family to stay. A bonus is the roof terrace where you can enjoy a G&T with stunning views over London.

Belle Vue is perfectly located just a stroll away from Hampstead Heath. Residents have access to one of London’s most-loved green spaces, with its panoramic views across the whole of London. The vibrant village of Hampstead, well-known for being a hub of literary history and creativity, also boasts a plethora of amenities, from lively theatres to independent cinemas, artisan bakeries, cosy gastropubs, vintage markets and arts festivals.

Homes at Belle Vue start from £705,000 / rental from £3,250 pcm.

For more information or to book an appointment contact Pegasus at 0207 980 8727 or email bellevue@lifestory.group

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