An unexpected find in Kensal Green, there’s plenty of room for families to spread out in this five-bedroom warehouse conversion.
Bare brick, exposed beams and steel-framed, multi-panelled windows make a feature of this property’s industrial heritage. Inside, this three-storey home is designed for modern life. Think cleverly interconnected spaces and contemporary finishes. On the ground floor, the open-plan kitchen and reception room is all about fine lines and geometric shapes. A stainless-steel island is perfect for gathering around under the low-slung lighting features. Down the hall, a generous cinema room can fit both family and friends. Also on this floor, two bedrooms – one with an en suite – and two bathrooms. A further reception room can be used as a bedroom or homeworkers can reimagine it as a study. Concertina doors create a seamless transition to the suntrap garden.
The reception room is a space of voluminous proportions, where industrial-style girders are the only interruption to the otherwise free-flowing layout. Great for entertaining. An equally remarkable bedroom takes up the rest of this level – bright, airy and spacious. You can imagine slipping into Egyptian cotton sheets and shutting off for the night. In the luxurious en-suite bathroom: a dual vanity, a curved freestanding tub and a walk-in shower. A further bedroom is tucked into the upper floor and has access to a terrace.
Bare brick, exposed beams and steel-framed, multi-panelled windows make a feature of this property’s industrial heritage.