Positioned on a leafy street lined with rows of Victorian townhouses, this four-bedroom home has been impeccably redesigned to showcase its heritage footprint alongside interiors fit for a contemporary eye. As you enter through the ground-floor hallway, internal glazing draws the eye to the open-plan living area and its balanced old-meets-new aesthetic. Its south-facing window lets natural light illuminate decorative…
Positioned on a leafy street lined with rows of Victorian townhouses, this four-bedroom home has been impeccably redesigned to showcase its heritage footprint alongside interiors fit for a contemporary eye.
As you enter through the ground-floor hallway, internal glazing draws the eye to the open-plan living area and its balanced old-meets-new aesthetic. Its south-facing window lets natural light illuminate decorative cornicing and high ceilings. The kitchen bears the hallmarks of its Boffi design: streamlined glossy white cabinets, integrated Gaggenau appliances and a large central island. There is an effortless flow into the lounge, where a Murano glass chandelier by Galliano Ferro adds refined elegance. A separate utility room is concealed behind these rooms. The rear glass-roof extension – currently used as a formal dining room — leads to a manicured garden, bordered by high-grade Italian marble and leafy greenery.
Up to the first floor, a dual-aspect double reception room is the epitome of considered design and space. South-facing sash windows cast light across the details of the lotus-inspired wood floors, masterfully crafted by Vincenza-based manufacturers Foglie d’Oro. Two shades of Raffia wallpaper, courtesy of Philip Jeffries, delineates the snug from the main social space, with the darker tint contributing a cinematic atmosphere. A contemporary glass box extension makes the most of the views of the garden below.
Identical Raffia wallpaper continues in the master suite which spans the third and fourth floor. The tones might be hushed but the finishes are flawless up here; polished natural stone, a clever room divider and bespoke wardrobes in the dedicated dressing area. Carrara marble clads the entire en-suite, fitted with a jacuzzi-bath, walk-in shower and dielectric TV mirror. Out in the hall, a door opens on to a decked roof terrace with chimney-top views.
The second floor is divided between two further bedrooms, both served by sleek en-suite bath and shower rooms. A fourth bedroom, plus an entire reception room and bathroom, is located on the lower-ground floor; plenty of storage and a spacious footprint makes for a versatile living space, whether for children, young adults or guests.
Two double reception rooms
Open-plan living room and kitchen
Formal dining area
Master bedroom suite with dressing room
Two further en-suite bedrooms
Utility room with WC
Glass box extension
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Enjoy one of the best locations west London has to offer. The colourful thrum of Portobello Road market is on the doorstep of Cambridge Gardens; spend a weekend browsing its vintage shops and eateries. Decorate your home with beautiful antique furniture from Les Couilles du Chien or browse the eclectic artwork at Graffik Gallery. For a culture-filled day, catch a film at the Electric Cinema, or it’s a five-minute walk to the Museum of Brands, where an archive of items from the last 200 years awaits. With Ladbroke Grove station a stone’s throw away, there is fantastic proximity to the rest of London.
4 bedroom home in North Kensington W10
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