A London location house, characterised by its Victorian double front and panoramic city views, with gracefully proportioned rooms and high ceilings.

Exceptional natural light floods the raised ground floor which houses the kitchen and living areas. The kitchen has an island and breakfast bar. The traditional rich library greens and aged brass are offset by concrete worktops and contemporary appliances. Geometric hanging wooden lights bring considered design to the space.

Running the full length of the house, the kitchen incorporates a dining area offering a scenic view of the London skyline through a beautiful large bay window. 

Throughout the house, original working fireplaces serve as focal points, especially in the double living room, where ornate ceiling roses and coving coexist with contemporary lights and minimalist furniture, creating an ambiance enhanced by breathtaking sunsets.

The original wooden floors, which have been lightened to amplify the sense of natural light, run seamlessly throughout the house. The first floor hosts a spacious study with unparalleled skyline views, antique furniture by Hans Wegner and Omann Jun.

The four double bedrooms, spanning the first and second floors, include two designed for children. The loft room features a secret sleepover nook and an ensuite bathroom. 

A family bathroom on the first floor has a bespoke vanity unit, ribbed glass shower, and poured concrete floors. Additionally, there are two ensuites and a downstairs toilet.

Situated opposite a well-maintained park, the house offers unrestricted parking on the road and a driveway. The property includes an un-renovated basement, dry and secure, suitable for kit storage or a prop-making workshop space.



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