Covent Garden Leasehold
Originally built in the 19th century as stables, Powis Mews was also a warehouse and workshops before being transformed into a contemporary one-bedroom house by architect Sophie Hicks. From the outside, hints of its industrial heritage remain. Galvanised steel windows line the façade and aluminium shutters screen a floor-to-ceiling picture window on the ground floor. Arranged over three floors, each…
Originally built in the 19th century as stables, Powis Mews was also a warehouse and workshops before being transformed into a contemporary one-bedroom house by architect Sophie Hicks. From the outside, hints of its industrial heritage remain. Galvanised steel windows line the façade and aluminium shutters screen a floor-to-ceiling picture window on the ground floor.
Arranged over three floors, each level is dedicated to a specific purpose. The result is a thoughtful approach to the space, with attention given to the function of each room. Long, lateral living quarters span the entire width of the building.
On the ground floor, the kitchen is naturally bright thanks to the aforementioned statement window. The brise soleil effect of the shutters allows shafts of light in while still maintaining a sense of privacy. White walls are contrasted with stainless steel cabinets and work surfaces that give the air of a professional kitchen. Large, cream floor tiles emphasis the sense of space further, with room for a dining table.
The living room is found on the floor above. A contemporary fireplace creates a focal point, while four windows stretch the length of the room, looking out onto the mews below. Neutral tones create a blank canvas backdrop for artwork.
On the top floor, the bedroom is similarly bright, with wooden floors, white walls and multiple windows. A generous in-built wardrobe screens the opening to the en suite bathroom where a lightwell floods light onto the bathtub with rainfall shower. From here, it’s a short climb to the generous roof terrace above. Hidden by a wall of planting, it’s a secluded suntrap to make the most of London’s sunnier months.
Design by Sophie Hicks Architects
Light-filled reception room
Guardarropa de invitados
Jardín en el tejado
Unique freehold house
Royal Borough de Kensington y Chelsea
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Powis Mews connects Talbot Road with Westbourne Park Road, meaning Notting Hill’s best eateries, bars and independent shops are all within easy reach. Stroll to local favourite The Cow for Guinness and oysters, enjoy a tasting menu in The Ledbury’s newly revamped dining room, or stretch your legs further in the direction of Portobello Road Market to peruse the vintage boutiques, antiques and fruit and vegetable stalls. For a breather, reach Hyde Park in 20 minutes.
1 bedroom home in Notting Hill W11
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