It’s hard to believe that some of London’s most lively parks, shopping streets and museums exist just around the corner. Set on a row of stucco-fronted period conversions, this two-bedroom apartment has a truly tranquil atmosphere; a springboard to and from the thrum of its vibrant location.
The high ceilings impress as soon as you enter the raised-ground floor. The reception room is a thoroughly uplifting space, where decorative cornicing converses with contemporary artwork. Afternoon sunlight cascades through elegant bay windows. Cosy up with a page-turner on the sofa or host friends around the dining table, after preparing a feast in the Gaggenau-fitted kitchen. Fancy a day away from the office? Find a sleek study on the mezzanine level.
Note the blonde herringbone floors that lead effortlessly from the reception room into the expansive master bedroom. A velvet headboard in a plush navy takes centre-stage, mirroring an original marble fireplace. A staircase leads to the bespoke-fitted dressing room – plenty of space for retail purchases – and the serene en-suite bathroom. Guests are equally as comfortable: the second bedroom is a cosy affair, with an inviting en-suite bathroom wrapped in smooth marble.