Pioneering interior design spread across five spacious floors, Well Road makes a contemporary stamp on its period heritage.
Storied streets with a village-like appeal, Hampstead is a trove of heritage homes set for well-heeled family living. Well Road is no exception, with its handsome red-brick exterior, considered use of space and proximity to the pastoral plains of Hampstead Heath. Behind its period façade, this family home has been reimagined with TG-Studios’ contemporary architectural vision.
An open-plan kitchen, dining and reception room is united by blonde floors and reams of natural light. To one side, striking artwork makes a bold statement against neutral walls, whilst sculptural chairs are focused around a marble coffee table. Wooden banquette seating affords a relaxed atmosphere to the eating area, illuminated by an oversized pendant light. The skylit kitchen pairs dark-blue cabinets with whitewashed Corrian worktops; Gaggenau appliances are integrated for a streamlined environment.
A staircase finished with immaculate glass balustrades invites you upstairs to a double reception room. Light pours in through sash windows, generating an atmosphere that’s both uplifting and soothing. To one side, a living space is imagined for cosy evenings, with a large sofa and sleek television. To the other, floor-to-ceiling storage accentuates the room’s high ceilings, with a Carrara marble bar area carved inside. From here, head out to the private terrace. Complete with integrated bench seating, Weber barbecue, pizza oven and teal-toned marble fireplace, it’s a suntrap sanctuary for alfresco entertaining.
Sleeping quarters are spread across the fourth and fifth floors, enjoying sweeping views across London. Nestled at the top of the home, find the serene master bedroom suite. Its pale carpets and walls lend attention to custom fabric wall panels. Through a sliding door, the ensuite is a showpiece of bathroom design. Greyscale marble sets the stage for a free-standing tub and walk-in shower. A double bedroom can be found on the lower-ground floor, with a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite shower room and an airy feel courtesy of French doors.
Behind its period façade, this family home has been reimagined with TG-Studios’ contemporary architectural vision.