The Selected Contents of Bracken Knoll, Highgate

The Selected Contents of Bracken Knoll, Highgate

Our first Fine Interiors sale of 2022 commences with the selected contents of the interior-design-led home of Bracken Knoll, Highgate, London.

15 March 2022

Bracken Knoll is set on one of North London’s most-coveted private roads, Courtenay Avenue, and sits parallel to The Bishops Avenue, nicknamed ‘Billionaires’ Row’.  

Perfectly situated only moments away from the gates of Kenwood House and Hampstead Heath, this elegant residence has been lovingly decorated by its previous owners with a collection of furniture, paintings and hand-picked decorative arts, drawing inspiration from the timeless American interiors of Ralph Lauren.  



Together, these items formed a stylish, sophisticated and comfortable home, and Sworders is delighted to be offering them for sale on Tuesday 22 March.





The selected contents of Bracken Knoll, Highgate, to be offered for sale in our Fine Interiors sale on Tuesday 22 March 2022.

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