There’s sophisticated poise to this four-bedroom terraced house, which enjoys excellent proximity to the sleek streets of Fulham and Chelsea. Exceptional attention to detail spanning four floors; tranquil homeliness and elevated design in equal measure.
Tucked away in a peaceful road, the muted grey façade with immaculate cast-iron railings is a precursor to the home’s sleek interior palette. The sweeping hallway showcases period cornicing – an ode to the property’s heritage – which has been updated with a New York-inspired industrialism. Head downstairs to the open-plan kitchen and dining room – a conversation in colour and materiality: a custom-made brass extractor hood converses with steel-blue cabinets. Clusters of Edison-style lights illuminate the island. Read the morning papers beneath the glass roof, and in warmer climes, open the doors to the south-facing garden. A dining table invites long summer lunches, with a hammock for those mid-afternoon snoozes.
Back up to the ground floor, a light-flooded living space purposed for entertaining and relaxing. The sleeping quarters are at once laid-back and polished. The master suite is a pared-back haven, with soaring wardrobes for to store treat-yourself retail purchases. An absorbing en-suite wrapped in glossy white tiles sits next door. Pale wood stairs lead to the remaining bedrooms, all characterised by an understated luxe and served by immaculate bathrooms. Don’t miss the study for home workers – there’s fantastic privacy, courtesy of a corrugated Crittall door.