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A predominantly concrete and architectural lateral first floor, five bedroomed location house in London tucked behind a row of Victorian terraced houses, and concealed within the walls of a former industrial unit.
At ground floor level is the yard and parking area. The brutalist design and architectural detail begins immediately as you arrive at the entrance. A concrete staircase directs you to the entrance of the property at first floor level.
Behind an oversized front door a long corridor with one wall of poured concrete and another of full height oak doors is the dramatic entrance to this home. The open plan living, kitchen and dining space is glazed almost the entire length, which when opened the sliding doors conceal into a pocket in the wall providing uninterrupted views over the garden.
The master bedroom suite is minimally furnished and has a stunning bathroom. A carrara marble vanity area warms the otherwise all-concrete design. Doors open out to a walled courtyard.
There are a further four bedrooms and three bathrooms, and a stunning swimming pool.
Parking for 4 cars in the yard.
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