Hauntingly magical properties
Wed 31 Oct 2018
Double, double toil and trouble… it’s that time of year again. The clocks have gone back, autumn is settling in and we’re getting ready to celebrate Hallow’s Eve. Whether you’re trick or treating, carving pumpkins or hidden under the duvet watching scary films, Halloween has something for everyone. So, in honour of this fun-filled holiday, we’ve selected our most magical properties – we wonder if you’ll spot a black cat passing by them?
Hunts Paper Factory, SW6
Overlooking the peaceful grounds of Fulham Cemetery, this beautiful two-bedroom warehouse-style apartment offers the perfect backdrop for a Halloween party. Watch out, guests celebrating on the balcony may feel a ‘chill’ in the air.
Chivalry Road, SW11
Boasting exposed beams throughout, there’s plenty of space for bats to perch in this exceptional two-bedroom apartment. Creatures of the night are sure to feel welcome, surrounded by the dark interiors and mahogany floors.
St Helens Gardens, W10
Decorated in dark royal blues and Gothic finishes, the lush reception room of this five-bedroom house is the perfect spot to escape from the world. Located only a short walk from North Kensington Ambulance Station, those so inclined can certainly ‘drink local’.
Lourdes Apartments, W14
Built in 1887, tenants are bound to enjoy the spirited atmosphere in this stunning one-bedroom apartment. Set within one of Fulham’s most iconic buildings, the flat forms part of a new development in this stunning Gothic style church conversion.
Pan Peninsula Square, E14
This luxury studio apartment may be the perfect bachelor’s pad 364 days of the year, but on Halloween, its sleek dark interiors would make any vampire feel at home.
The Old School, TW9
Situated in an enchanting old school conversion, we’re sure the walls of this this stunning two-bedroom apartment have seen all sorts of tricks over the years. Plus, if you look closely at the ornate Gothic windows, you may see that they resemble witches’ hats.
Lansdowne Road, W11
Set in the heart of Holland Park, the blood-red interiors of this opulent two-bedroom garden flat just scream a Halloween colour palette.