A traditional mews home with a twist. Layers of glass channel light throughout this two-bedroom property for rent, rebuilt entirely to feature daring architectural interventions.
Bold black accents give a 21st century facelift to Pindock Mews’ brickwork façade. Recently refurbished, be the first to step foot into this two-bedroom home set on one of Little Venice’s most picturesque cobbled streets.
Floating staircases and glass floor panels unite all three floors, offering an uninterrupted sightline through the property up to the sky. Configured to maximise the space and natural light available, bedrooms are found on the ground and second floors, with a sociable reception room and kitchen positioned in-between.
A striking glass walkway delineates this main living space. On one side, a seating area is arranged around an open fireplace together with a blue marble bar that adds an opulent touch. Two sets of double doors open onto Juliet-style balconies that keep the room bright and airy. White walls flow through into the kitchen, where marble surfaces elevate the streamlined units. Integrated appliances and a considered layout make this a culinary domain fit for all cooks.
Located on their own floors, both bedrooms enjoy a sense of privacy. Tucked away at the top of the house, the principal suite is finished in soft, blush tones that are echoed in the pink marble en suite, complete with walk-in shower. Integrated storage keeps the space clutter free. From here, cross the glass-floored landing out to the roof terrace. Note the table for al fresco meals.
With its decadent black and gold palette, the guest bedroom has an Art Deco feel. Clerestory windows diffuse the light, making the space conducive to rest and relaxation. Also on this floor, a family bathroom is wrapped in marble and features a rainfall shower over a bathtub.
Floating staircases and glass floor panels unite all three floors, offering an uninterrupted sightline through the property