A newly extended and beautifully renovated family location home in Kensal Rise, London.

Refurbished using salvaged pieces and bespoke joinery throughout – a very  considered mid century design throughout.

A wide entrance hall with double boot room with bespoke joinery leading with a secret passageway leading through to the kids playroom.

A wider than usual opening from the hall leads through to the open plan kitchen, dining and living area which occupies the entire width of the 9 metre wide house. The unique large format parquet floors in stained oak are a show stopper leading into a polished concrete floor kitchen.  Brass detailing and floor lights finish off the flooring.

The kitchen again very unique and designed with the use of a mix of wood brass and re-used materials. The living area alone offers huge variety with wall paneling, bespoke mid century cabinetry breaking up the cavernous space. Fantastic natural light leading onto an expansive garden.  Filtering voile curtains help to control the light across the large 3metre high sliding glass doors to the rear.

Off the hall is the cosy front sitting room which is painted in a dark teal and mushroom colour and large Tv. There is a large bay window, neutral carpet to the floor, and the room is furnished with mid-century pieces.

The  expansive south facing garden has a paved terrace area with built in seating and lawn beyond and a children’s playhouse and climbing tree.

Upstairs and the loft there are four bedrooms and a wood panelled study. The master suite has a timber clad wall behind the bed, a double dressing area, and a large fully en-suite bathroom with contemporary white freestanding bath. There is a kids room with bunks,  2 guests room, and wood panelled office . The family bathroom also has a freestanding cast iron bath.

Nearest Rail: Kensal Rise – 7 minutes walk / Kensal Green or Willesden junction are both 12 minutes walk.

Parking: Two space on the driveway. A small number of visitor vouchers can be provided for additional vehicles, for a small cost.



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