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Frithville Gardens

Shepherd's Bush W12

£2,100,000

Freehold New Listing
Bedrooms & Bathrooms 4 Beds & 3 Baths
Size Approx. 2,381 sq ft / 221.3 sq m

Juxtaposing the old and the new. A four-bedroom period townhouse reimagined with industrial interventions and playful colours.

Blonde-brick façades with ionic columns and cast-iron gates characterise Frithville Gardens, a residential street that runs between Shepherd’s Bush Market and Hammersmith Park. Inside this four-bedroom townhouse, find an experimental spin on a heritage framework designed by Oxford-based architect Iona Foster. With open-plan living, expansive lightwells and an interior palette that nods to mid-century Brutalism, this home’s architectural rigour is…

Juxtaposing the old and the new. A four-bedroom period townhouse reimagined with industrial interventions and playful colours.

Blonde-brick façades with ionic columns and cast-iron gates characterise Frithville Gardens, a residential street that runs between Shepherd’s Bush Market and Hammersmith Park. Inside this four-bedroom townhouse, find an experimental spin on a heritage framework designed by Oxford-based architect Iona Foster. With open-plan living, expansive lightwells and an interior palette that nods to mid-century Brutalism, this home’s architectural rigour is softened with a thoroughly welcoming character.

A reception area bears the hallmarks of the home’s period pedigree: high ceilings with decorative cornicing and a sculpted marble fireplace. Sage green walls and sweeping blonde wood floors are illuminated through a pair of sash windows. As you move from the living area into the kitchen, the old softly transitions into the new. Magenta cabinets and a tangerine splashback surround integrated appliances, making for a bold and streamlined culinary setting. In the dining room beyond, materials take an industrial turn with walls and ceilings crafted from exposed concrete. A voluminous aspect is achieved with a double-height lightwell, whilst theatrical spotlighting is engineered along its edge. The hardness of the stone is balanced with swathes of sunlight channelled through a wall of bi-folding glazing. An inside-out feel is set in motion with an interior pond that stretches beyond the glass to the garden – a quiet spot framed with wood and brick fencing.

A staircase ascends to a mezzanine-esque study space, bathed in natural light courtesy of a glass roof that sits over the void. Along a corridor, the principal bedroom has an uplifting character with sky-blue walls. Its intricate ceiling cornicing recalls the reception room below, whilst its en suite bathroom, by contrast, installs a spirit of Brutalism with oversized concrete tiling and walls finished in a chartreuse hue. A guest bedroom suite enjoys its third-floor positioning, with a wall of bi-folding windows that opens onto a roof terrace. Views are inimitable across the surrounding houses, soaring city buildings and blue-panelled Westfield Shopping Centre. Back inside, skylights illuminate the en suite shower room and spacious walk-in wardrobe. Downstairs, two further bedrooms – one currently imagined as a cosy television space – are served by a family-sized bathroom. In keeping with the home’s engaging body of materials, it’s finished with exposed concrete tiles and bright blue walls.

Highlighted Features

Designed by architect Iona Foster

Open-plan kitchen, dining and reception room

Private garden

Principal bedroom suite

Guest bedroom suite

Two further bedrooms

Two further bathrooms

Two roof terraces

London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham

With open-plan living, expansive lightwells and an interior palette that nods to mid-century Brutalism, this home’s architectural rigour is softened with a thoroughly welcoming character.

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Location

Just north of Shepherd’s Bush, White City is a burgeoning neighbourhood home to city workers and families alike. Europe’s largest shopping centre, Westfield, is close-by for a wealth of coveted brands and boutiques. Soho House’s White City branch is just a ten-minute walk away, housed in the former BBC Television Centre. See world-famous artists perform at O2 Shepherd’s Bush or the Eventim Apollo, followed by an evening at local favourite Homeslice or Waka.

Floorplan & Specifications

Approximate Gross Internal Area 2,381 sq ft / 221.3 sq m
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