Standing tall on a sought-after street, there’s an understated elegance to this handsome, stucco-fronted home, which can also include an additional one-bedroom annex, depending on your requirements. Inside, an array of thoughtfully curated antiques, curiosities and artwork await, creating an inspiring backdrop. Striking a balance between traditional and contemporary, living spaces are bright and airy, with interconnecting rooms and crisp white walls that provide a gallery-like setting.
Filled with natural light, the ground floor reception room feels welcoming and lived-in. A pair of leather armchairs positioned in front of the gas fire offer an invitation to unwind. For family meals, there’s a large dining table within view of the bold adjoining kitchen. Painted entirely in inky tones and featuring handcrafted cabinetry, parquet flooring reclaimed from a French château and a range cooker, this is a space you’ll want to cook in. Just beyond, a conservatory offers access to a balcony and a quiet courtyard garden.
Floor-to-ceiling windows bring an uplifting feel to the main reception room above, where an ornate tapestry commands attention. For cosy evenings in, light the fire and curl up on the sofa – the perfect end to a day spent working in the study just next door.
Timeless design unites all three bedrooms, finished in calming tones. With its working fireplace and marble wrapped en suite, the principal bedroom has a refined feel. Two further interconnecting bedrooms are found on the floor above – both with ample storage – along with a shower and a cloakroom.
For those looking for more space, a self-contained annex found on the lower-ground floor is available for an additional cost. Spanning a considered kitchen, living room and en suite bedroom, it offers an ideal arrangement for nannies or older children – making this a four-bedroom home.