A charcoal-black façade sits boldly amongst Westbourne Grove’s rows of pastel-toned townhouses. Inside, the heritage grandeur of this six-bedroom home has been redrawn with awe-inspiring contemporary imagination.
The ground-floor reception room sets a tone of stylish elegance, with dark wood floors, marble accents and a gilded metal screen – aesthetic sentiments employed throughout the home. The eye is drawn to an immense double-height void connecting this room to the open-plan kitchen and dining area below. The full-height glazing and expansive roof light is accentuated with a sculptural chandelier that spans the vertical drop.
The lower-ground floor is tailor-made for entertaining. The kitchen, finished in lustrous marble, features chef-grade Gaggenau and Miele appliances – plus wine storage with stylish glass and bronze framing. Beyond the dining space, the voluminous glass panels slide open to the garden. A towering wall of blonde brick and clean-line whitewashed seating paints an urban al fresco scene.
Family life continues on the basement level with a cosy television space. Next door, a showpiece of luxury home design is realised with a marble-clad swimming pool. This floor also hosts a gym, double bedroom and shower room, organised around an internal courtyard.
The sumptuous principal bedroom suite occupies the entire first floor, introduced through a corridor of velvet sage-green paneled wardrobes. Modish finishes span the plush grey carpets to the bold marble bathroom, complete with a dual vanity and oversized rainfall shower. From here, there’s direct access to the suntrap roof terrace. Spread across the lower-ground, second and third floors are four guest bedrooms and two bathrooms – continuing the home’s flawless craftmanship.