Space to spread out, room for entertaining. Contemporary design touches that considerately elevate family living.
A row of red-brick houses set the scene for this inviting family home, located on a quiet, residential street, moments from the expansive green space of Queen’s Park. Delicately fusing comforting interiors with architecture firmly grounded in the contemporary, there’s a thoroughly laid-back feel to this four-bedroom garden home.
Step inside to a generously proportioned, dual-aspect reception room, maximised by crisp, white walls, polished wood floors and large bay windows. Winter evenings are made cosy by the striking period fireplace; hunker down here and soak up the warm atmosphere. With two considerately zoned seating areas, there’s plenty of space to gather the whole family. From here, double doors lead out into a spacious garden. Venture down the steps and past the well-manicured lawn to the decked outside seating area, the perfect spot to watch the sun go down.
The dual-aspect kitchen is sleek and fuss-free, flooded with natural light. Slick worktops and high-quality integrated appliances take the stress out of cooking and wooden bench seating makes entertaining easy. Expect hearty family meals here after a day of ambling around Queen’s Park. Plus, easy access to the garden for little ones. Sharing the floor is a neat cloakroom and utility room.
Upstairs on the first floor, four bright and restful bedrooms. Escape to the master, a peaceful sanctuary characterised by considered style and bathed in natural light from bay windows. Wake early with the sunrise and enjoy a morning coffee in bed. It’s served by a contemporary, family-sized en suite with a bathtub; a soothing spot to reset and decompress. Three further bedrooms occupy the floor, all with pared-back furnishings and an airy feel and one with its own en suite shower room. Along the corridor, another immaculately finished bathroom.