Call the Midwife film set converted into luxury flats:new homes in Mill Hill come with an orangery and stained glass windows

A former seminary once used as a film set for the BBC drama Call The Midwife has been converted into luxurious apartments.

Few parts of London are bounded by green belt and yet still on the Tube map. Mill Hill is a destination for home buyers who like the country feel.

With its pond and pubs, the old village sits at the top of the hill, part of an ancient route called The Ridgeway, where you will find the best addresses.

St Joseph’s Gate, a listed former seminary, looms into view as you head north out of London

Standing in seven acres of grounds, the old buildings, used as a film set for BBC drama Call the Midwife, have been converted into 49 apartments, while a meticulously restored chapel has been transformed into a spectacular 8,000sq ft home with a 45ft-high open-plan living space, 15 stained-glass windows, granite pillars, a rotunda and an orangery. 

Prices from £1,385,000 to £6 million. Call 01753 202187.

 


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