A seamless conversation between English architectural heritage and pioneering interior design plays out in this Queen's Park family home. An entrance hall enclosed on one side by a steel-framed Crittall wall leads you into the social heart of the home. There’s a streamlined feel from the formal reception space, through the kitchen and into the dining and living area at…
A seamless conversation between English architectural heritage and pioneering interior design plays out in this Queen’s Park family home. An entrance hall enclosed on one side by a steel-framed Crittall wall leads you into the social heart of the home. There’s a streamlined feel from the formal reception space, through the kitchen and into the dining and living area at the rear. Expansive proportions impress at once, with lofty ceilings and parquet floors spanning the entire floor. The kitchen’s material palette is texturally compelling, from the wood-framed cabinets to the sweeping marble surfaces and gilded splashback.
Just beyond, a family living space enjoys a spacious footprint for dining and relaxing. It’s an upliftingly bright space, courtesy of skylights and floor-to-ceiling Crittall windows. From here, head out to the southwest-facing garden – thoughtfully zoned between a clean-line patio and verdant lawn. Nestled at the back, a studio is envisaged for serene home working.
Find the tranquil principle bedroom suite on the first floor, with reams of light diffused through bay windows. A dedicated dressing area features bespoke wardrobes, with an ensuite bathroom next door wrapped in whitewashed metro tiles. Four further bedrooms are spread across the first and second floors; calming spaces with hushed tones. One of the bedrooms has access to a balcony, a secluded suntrap onlooking the greenery below. A separate utility room on the top-floor half landing completes this design-forward, modern family home.
Open-plan kitchen and double reception room
Principle bedroom suite
Four further bedrooms
Two further bathrooms
Garden with studio
Borough of Brent
Palatial heritage proportions meet compelling contemporary interiors; a five-bedroom home tailor-made for stylish family living.
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Queen’s Park 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. Just around the corner is Chamberlayne Road, once coined London’s ‘hippest street’ by Vogue: local favourites include Wildcard, Mr. Fish and The Salusbury. Spend an evening at The Lexi, a coveted independent cinema. With plenty of transport options on your doorstep, there’s easy access to the rest of the capital.
5 bedroom home in Queen's Park
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