This house cleverly combines traditional period features with modern design to create a unique style.
The spacious living space on the ground floor is impressive and traditionally decorated with wooden floors, neutral rugs and warm pastel colours. There is a lovely gilded mirror over the ornate (working gas) fireplace, and the ‘grandfather clock’ and dark wooden furniture give it a homely feel. There are two comfortable sofas, an armchair and a large flatscreen tv.
This opens to the modern kitchen, with granite worktops and a mix of neutral white and glass-fronted cupboards. It is fully equipped with everything a modern kitchen should have, and there is also a large and elegant dining table which can comfortably seat 6 people. There is a second living area with a big corner white leather sofa and lots of natural light, thanks to the conservatory style roof which retracts to the open air... perfect for those sunny London days. Keep the roof closed or open it up – it’s up to you!
Upstairs you’ll reach a cosy roof terrace with a table and chairs for 4 people.
The master bedroom has a king-sized bed, a built in wardrobe and an en suite bathroom with a bath, shower attachment, heated towel rail, sink and a loo. There are French windows from this room out onto a second private roof terrace with a table and seating for 4.
The second bedroom is a double room, with bedside tables, a built in wardrobe, two large sash windows and another en suite bathroom with a bath, a sink and a loo. The third bedroom is a single room, and the third bathroom is large, with a shower head over the bath, a loo and a wash basin.
This spacious home is in a great location for those who want to stay in an upmarket part of London with easy access to Oxford St, Soho, Covent Garden, etc. For some green space and walks the delightful Holland Park is about a 5 minute walk away. Holland Park is the nearest tube station, around a 6 minute walk away and joins the handy Central line. From here you can be at Oxford Circus for a spot of shopping in 10 minutes! The Overground line is also only a few minutes’ walk away at Shepherd’s Bush (good links for Hampstead or Richmond Park). Walk to the trendy area of Notting Hill and the famous Portobello Road market – perfect for a Saturday afternoon stroll and a browse through some antique treasures.