The scale and grandeur of a period property, refreshed with a 21st century design sensibility. A home that echoes the architectural integrity of Notting Hill on the outside – canted bay windows, pointed arches and cast-iron railings recall a bygone era. Step off the porch and inside, this one-bedroom home has been thoughtfully refurbished.
In the eat-in reception room, east-facing windows make the most of the morning light. The attention to detail? Meticulous. Intricate cornicing – note the ceiling rose – and an engraved fireplace set the scene, but the pared-back scheme leaves room for your creativity to take centre stage; to make this home, yours. Fling open the vast windows and let guests enjoy the breeze as you pass the breadbasket around the dining table.
The kitchen is a thoroughly modern affair. Charcoal surfaces, glossy finishes and integrated appliances are as sleek as they are functional. The anthracite-tinted wooden floors turn to smooth decking as the kitchen gives way to the terrace. A cosy spot for digestifs after dinner.
Wake to leafy views in the bedroom, thanks to the three north-west facing windows. Tactful touches make this space prime movie night territory. A discreet projector and a blind that doubles as a screen add a cinematic quality. It is served by a stylish bathroom with an over-bath shower, a marble vanity and earthy tones. In the hallway, subtle storage for those extra coats and shoes.