A sleek three-bedroom home with direct access to one of London’s most prestigious garden squares.
Step through the smart porticoed entrance of this traditional Victorian terrace and you’ll be greeted by a tranquil, contemporary space that makes the most of the high ceilings and large windows.
The open-plan reception and dining room is big enough for everyone to gather together or find pockets of privacy. Bare brick walls make for a striking backdrop for nights in with a page-turner from the shelves. Or late-evening tipples with friends – illuminated by an iconic Flos Arco lamp – on the plush L-shaped sofa. The spacious dining area is dual aspect, meaning its airy proportions are filled with light from the early morning to the late evening. Generous south-facing windows overlook the communal garden at the back – views are best enjoyed from the cream chair thoughtfully positioned next to it.
To the back of the apartment, you’ll find a contemporary, charcoal-toned kitchen that perfectly combines sleek lines and practicality – imagine cooking mains on high-end built-in appliances by Siemens or pouring glasses of champagne on smooth, polished concrete counters. There’s a playfulness to it too in the plush canary yellow bar-stools.
Thoughtful design continues downstairs, where three bedrooms and three bathrooms offer space for everyone. The master is situated at the back of the apartment, and here the priority is comfort, with a king-size bed, as well as room to store your suitcases in the full-height wardrobes. French doors lead onto a sun-trap, private patio, complete with all-weather rattan furniture.
The kids will love the modern bunk beds in the second bedroom, and child-friendly desk built into the curve of the windows – ideal for every activity from crafting to homework. A third room offers flexibility, whether as a bedroom or a perfectly-sized office. From the patio: direct access to one of London’s most prestigious garden squares, Stanley Crescent.