Behind a traditional Victorian terrace, contemporary design manifests across the four floors of this location home, just a stone’s throw from Queen’s Park.

Through the ground floor entrance, parquet flooring guides past a partition wall to a reception room flooded in light. Seating arranged around a bay window distinguishes a laid-back lounging area, while an abstract wire light overhangs the open space adjacent. The room’s centrepiece, a suspended staircase concealed behind wooden panels is backdropped by an exposed brick wall. Framing floor-to-ceiling glass, a window nook overlooks a void space to the lower ground floor.

From here, steps lead down to the open-plan kitchen – a space crafted for the culinarily inclined. Grey-green cabinetry lines the immediate area, while an expansive skylight draws in light over a central island. Just beyond, panels of glazing create cohesion with the outdoors. Enclosing a light-filled dining area, glass slides back to connect a patio and small walled green space.

Upstairs, a pared-back palette flows through three bedrooms arranged across the first and second floor. A bay window diffuses light across muted lilac walls in the principal bedroom, its integrated wooden wardrobes offering seamless storage options. Balancing black-veined marble, warm wood accents complete the en suite bathroom with bathtub, walk-in rainfall shower and dual vanity. Two further bedroom suites feature natural light and soothing tones.


Underground stations

  •  Queens Park

Overground stations

  •  Kensal Rise


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