The Loxfords is a luxury development comprising the refurbishment of a Regency mansion and the new build of townhouses and apartments set around a landscaped garden. Originally constructed in the early 19th century, Loxford House was once the home of the Dent family, the renowned glove makers and more recently the headquarters for Action for Children. The white stuccoed building has been restored to it’s former glory and divided up into luxury apartments. To the rear of the mansion house and centred around a century old oak tree have been built a range of contemporary town houses and apartment blocks.
LOCATION: Highbury, London
CLIENT: Mount Anvil
ARCHITECT: David Wood Architects
ENGINEER: Ellis + Moore
CONTRACT SUM: £30m