A black entrance punctuates the modern frontage of this mews-style home. A hallway expands into a cooling, contemporary reception room characterised by whitewashed walls. Meanwhile, a four-metre-high atrium creates the feel of an artist’s studio, with tall windows drawing rejuvenating natural light into the plan.
Set into a nook, a comfortable living area. Flick on the smart TV or grab some literature from the Bamiléké-style coffee table and sink into a button-rivetted Art Deco armchair. Herringbone flooring flows into a dining area with brass wall lights and expansive glazing above.
At the front of the home, a separate kitchen combines modern cabinetry with black stone worktops and a butler sink. Prepare a meal using integrated appliances then enjoy the fruits of your labour in the leafy patio garden – an ideal spot for al fresco dining, entertaining or quiet contemplation.
A dramatic, sweeping staircase leads through the atrium to the upper level. On the contrary, a sense of calmness has been curated within the carpeted principal bedroom. This space features tranquil tones, stylish wall lights and a bank of wardrobes. A restrained palette continues into the guest bedroom, which enjoys fitted storage, natural light and understated coving. A family bathroom benefits from marble wall tiles, modern fixtures and a bathtub with an integrated rainfall shower