Kilburn Lane used to be the site of bustling agricultural trade throughout the 20th century. Whilst the area has experienced a modern cultural renaissance in more recent years, the hushed, village-like atmosphere has remained. Benchmarking a new chapter in this building’s characterful history, The Old Dairy House offers stylish contemporary living with a keen sense of local community. Ascend to…
Kilburn Lane used to be the site of bustling agricultural trade throughout the 20th century. Whilst the area has experienced a modern cultural renaissance in more recent years, the hushed, village-like atmosphere has remained. Benchmarking a new chapter in this building’s characterful history, The Old Dairy House offers stylish contemporary living with a keen sense of local community.
Ascend to the third-floor penthouse level. Through a black stained-oak door, the open-plan kitchen and reception room vaunts a spacious footprint set for dynamic family living. Silestone worktops, a ceramic glass hob and Blum soft-touch cabinets make for a stylish culinary environment. There’s streamlined flow between the kitchen and living zones –inviting spaces for entertaining and relaxing in equal measure. Step out to the private terrace; its south-western aspect traps the afternoon sun. Thoughtfully placed light fittings for when evening draws in.
The master bedroom is a cosy and contemporary affair, with pendant lighting making for a compelling focal point. Its en-suite bathroom is wrapped in soft matte tiles and black Crosswater fittings, featuring a bath with illuminated panels. Two additional bedrooms are serene spaces, served by a sleek family bathroom. A landscaped communal courtyard, roof terrace overlooking the rows of houses below, cycle storage and lift access completes this invigorating new development.
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Open-plan kitchen and reception room
Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Two further bedrooms
One further bathroom
Borough of Brent
Emulating Kensal Rise’s rich character and sense of community, POW Architects have reimagined this historic site for dynamic contemporary dwelling.
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Kensal Rise has fashioned a name for itself as one of west London’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, attracting celebrities, creatives and city workers alike. Start the day with a coffee at Cable Co., before taking a stroll around the verdant grasses of Queen’s Park – the Farmer’s Market will be your go-to for local seasonal produce. Don’t miss a visit to The Salusbury wine store, vaunting an eclectic range of wines and ales to take home or sample on-site. Catch experimental performance art at Kiln Theatre, followed by dinner at Italian haunt Ida – be home in two minutes.
3 bedroom home in Kensal Rise NW10
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