Detached, double fronted Victorian family location house in London NW2, near Queens Park / Willesden Green, with a beautiful garden extending to 320 feet. The house has recently been renovated but maintains many original features, such as stained-glass windows and an open fireplace in the kitchen / living room.

The house is well suited to shooting with daylight: the palette is gentle shades of putty, the ceilings are high, and the dominant light source is north, but the main spaces are also large enough for extensive lighting.

The ground floor features oak herringbone flooring throughout.  It has a generous hall; an open plan kitchen / dining room; a pantry; a snug connected to the kitchen with a built-in seating area; a living room with wood burning stove; and a study with beams and floor-to-ceiling book cases.

The first floor has the main bedroom – with en-suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe, two children’s bedrooms, a laundry room and a bathroom.

The second floor has a guest bedroom with white painted floorboards, a guest bathroom, and a playroom with a sunken play area / double bed beneath the eaves.

The garden is unusually long (the exact length of a football pitch, though not as wide!) and contains many mature trees, as well as a variety of Japanese maples and bamboo.  It also has an outdoor kitchen; a tree house; and a zip wire.

The Garden Studio on the property can be hired with the main property, there is an additional cost.

There is a garage to the left of the house, with space outside it for two cars to park.


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