A lateral two-bedroom apartment with a private patio and access to communal gardens.
Enter the reception room, which has been thoughtfully imagined for comfort and conversation; soft furnishing arranged around a focal-point 16th century stone fireplace. A window seat built into the curve of the large sash windows. It’s a bright, multipurpose space; as good for an intimate get-together as it is for quiet evenings curled up with a page-turner. Note the neat herringbone floors that create lateral flow – a theme you’ll notice throughout.
Thoughtful design is expressed in the galley kitchen that looks onto the garden. It’s an effortlessly functional and atmospheric space in which to cook. Serve meals in the dining room next door; a Neils Otto Møller table and chairs are nestled under a scene-setting chandelier. Outside, sip on sundowners in the south-west-facing patio – also accessible from the main bedroom – or head straight to the communal garden just beyond.
The restful scheme continues in the carpeted bedrooms where considered artwork adds character to hushed walls. Wake up to leafy views in the master suite, and on sunny days, leave the French doors open and let the breeze sweep through. In the en-suite bathroom, a roll-top bath beckons. At the front of the home, the guest bedroom is served by a gloss, green-tiled shower room.