Sitting on a quintessential cobbled street, Pindock Mews radiates period charm with a daring streak. Bold black render and window lintels stand out against the traditional brickwork – and hint at the contemporary design that awaits inside.
Configured to maximise the space and natural light available, bedrooms are found on the ground and second floors, with a sociable living space positioned in-between. Floating staircases with glass balustrades thread the levels together, while glass floors offer an uninterrupted view to the roof skylight above, emphasising the impressive volumes here.
On the first floor, the reception room and kitchen are joined by a glass walkway, a feat of architectural ingenuity. White walls and wooden floors create a neutral backdrop that lets this design detail do the talking. In the living area, two sets of double doors open onto Juliet-style balconies that bounce light around the space. A blue marble bar positioned in an alcove by the fireplace adds an opulent touch. Marble accents continue in the kitchen, where white veined splashbacks elevate the streamlined units, complete with integrated appliances and a considered layout.
Located on their own floors, both bedrooms enjoy a sense of privacy. The guest bedroom is finished in a decadent palette of blacks and burnished golds that adds an Art Deco feel. Clerestory windows diffuse the light, making the space conducive to rest and relaxation. Also on this floor, a family bathroom is wrapped in marble and features a rainfall shower over a bathtub.
The principal suite is tucked away on the top floor. Soft, blush tones create a calming atmosphere, while integrated storage keeps the space clutter free. The pink marble en suite with walk-in shower is similarly inviting. From here, cross the glass-floored landing out to the roof terrace. A generous space featuring a table, it’s an ideal spot for morning coffees.