• Queen's Park
  • From £300 per night

In vibrant Queen’s Park, this streamlined duplex apartment is bound by sunlight and monochromatic tones.

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Capacity: 2
Part of a boutique development reimagined by interior designer Tala Fustok, this one-bedroom duplex apartment’s pared-back finish offsets its period bones. Honouring the building’s historic usage as a photography studio, the home plays with proportion, natural light and minimalist colour.  

There’s a voluminous feel to the open-plan kitchen and reception room, evident from the moment you step inside. A vaulted ceiling draws the eye upwards to where exposed ebony joists command attention and well-angled spotlights illuminate the social space. Contrasting wooden and Chroma flooring is used to subtly carve up the space into different zones for eating, lounging and cooking. A matte-black Häcker kitchen pairs form with function: smooth surfaces and a mirrored splashback neatly frame high-spec integrated appliances. From the living area, a Crittall-framed door leads onto a private terrace.  

The understated aesthetic ensues in the double bedroom downstairs. There’s a tactility to the wooden headboard and floors, contrasting with the whitewashed tones that span the rest of the room. A free-standing tub is poised for long soaks, or the walk-in shower next door is equally as stylish with Solus tiles and a skylight.  
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    A masterpiece in monochrome

    The contrasting black and white tones make a bold feature of the home’s interiors, further emphasising the soaring proportions.

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    Indulgent soaks

    A free-standing curved bath awaits after a long day of city sightseeing.

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    Rest and relaxation

    The double bedroom enjoys its own floor – it’s a thoroughly tranquil setting in which to switch off.

About the area

The home is a short stroll from family friendly Queen’s Park – where a string of independent businesses and 30-acres of green space await.

Peruse the paperbacks at Queen’s Park Books and the well-stocked wine fridges at The Salusbury Wine Store before tucking into an Australian-inspired brunch at Milk Beach or shopping for beautiful blooms at Scarlet & Violet. Limber up for a game of tennis in Queen’s Park, or for a more relaxing – and altruistic – activity, venture a little further up Chamberlayne Road to the Lexi, an independent cinema run by volunteers, with all proceeds going to charity.   


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