A disused garage plot in Leytonstone that has been transformed into a 2 storey Victorian style terrace location, in-keeping with the street’s aesthetic. 

Light-filled, semi open plan living spaces on the ground floor are arranged around a central bleached oak joinery unit that defines the different arras and integrates built-in storage.

Pocket doors allow privacy and enclosure to be controlled flexibly and a triple-height open stair connects the levels of the house together.

A soft palette of materials combined with the contemporary exposed joists create a characterful quality. 

Sliding, folding glass doors frame views out to the walled garden, creating seamless indoor/outdoor spaces.

Typical 2.6m ceilings to living spaces give way to a full height, gallery-like circulation space reaching up into the pitched roof.

Two bedrooms occupy the first floor as well as a family bathroom.

A curved staircase leads up to the top floor where a timber box provides a home working spot set high up in the triple height space.

A circular skylight allows light to spill down and provides long views out over the rooftops.

A blackened timber sauna is accessed from a top floor wet room.

Parking permits to be obtained via the RingGo app

Images displayed on this website are intended to illustrate the style and general overview of the locations. 

It is not a photographic catalogue of the exact decor and furniture; which are subject to change, movement or replacement. 

Any specific requirements must be checked prior to committing to a hire.


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