Characterised by reams of natural light, a neutral interior palette and tranquil garden, this two-bedroom Bayswater apartment offers style and serenity in equal measure.
A two-bedroom apartment that feels worlds away from the busy thrum of the capital. Enter the raised-ground floor into an open-plan, double reception room – a space envisaged for socialising and relaxing. The home’s elegant period features – soaring ceilings adorned with intricate cornicing – are paired with pendant lights and contemporary furnishings. To one side, an inviting tuxedo sofa is positioned by a marble coffee table. To the other, a reading nook is flooded with natural light through bay windows. Let a summer breeze run throughout the room through French windows, or warm up in front of the fire come wintry climes.
Find the kitchen on the lower-ground floor – a showpiece of clean lines and smooth surfaces. The skylit space is uplifting and bright, with whitewashed cabinets and integrated Miele appliances making for a streamlined culinary environment. Boundaries are blurred between the interior and exterior, with sliding pocket doors leading to the immaculately manicured garden. Cross the moat and ascend the smart paved steps to an outdoors seating area. A backdrop of leafy bamboo plants is a lush setting for alfresco entertaining.
The west-facing master bedroom is tranquil and minimalist. Stone-coloured walls and elegant wood floors set the scene for a super king-sized bed. Monochromatic floor-to-ceiling wardrobes are a stylish storage solution. The second bedroom – which has versatility to be used as a study – enjoys direct access to the garden, as well as ample storage and a characteristic pared-back palette. A sleek bathroom sits next door, wrapped in neutral marble with a waterfall shower.
The home’s elegant period features – soaring ceilings adorned with intricate cornicing – are paired with pendant lights and contemporary furnishings.