Dynamic, design-led family life transpires in Harvist Road. Behind a traditional Victorian façade lies a home of remarkable spatial ingenuity; rooms that are seamlessly interlinked by a refined material palette; and a thoroughly welcoming character. The entrance hallway is flanked by a panel of Crittall glass – a welcoming invitation into the home’s social heart. Offsetting the bright whitewashed walls,…
Dynamic, design-led family life transpires in Harvist Road. Behind a traditional Victorian façade lies a home of remarkable spatial ingenuity; rooms that are seamlessly interlinked by a refined material palette; and a thoroughly welcoming character.
The entrance hallway is flanked by a panel of Crittall glass – a welcoming invitation into the home’s social heart. Offsetting the bright whitewashed walls, dark wood floors run from the reception space down to the kitchen. A lustrous marble feature wall spans the length of the living and dining areas; at one end, a television is neatly carved into its design. The room’s refined tonal palette is enhanced by sculptural wall and ceiling lighting – the brushed gold finishes offering a nod to the art deco. Note the home bar which can be concealed with bi-folding doors.
The spacious proportions and contemporary finishes in the skylit kitchen impress at once. A Carrara marble island sits at its centre complete with a Quooker tap. A chef-grade stainless-steel fridge and Wolf rangemaster oven work in tandem with the rows of muted cabinetry. Expansive Crittall glazing stretches around the rear extension, onlooking the manicured garden. There seems effortless harmony between the interior and exterior, with the snug television zone subtly mirrored by the patio seating area outside. Just beyond, the lawn is framed by verdant foliage and olive trees. It’s an immaculate setting for alfresco entertaining.
The staircase, deftly engineered with storage cupboards, leads to the first-floors bedrooms. A showpiece of expertly-considered interior design exists in the principal bedroom suite. It’s a space that uplifts and soothes, with light filtered through bay windows. A dedicated dressing space is marked by floor-to-ceiling open wardrobes. The ensuite bathroom vaunts an expansive steam shower wrapped in pale marble. Soundtrack your days with the integrated Sonos system in the ceiling, a feature present throughout the home. Continuing the sophisticated and stylish character, a guest bedroom and family bathroom are found on this floor. Currently used as a nursery, the top-floor bedroom can be reimagined as a home office, exercise space or second guest bedroom.
Open-plan kitchen, living and dining room
Principal bedroom suite
Two further bedrooms
London Borough of Brent
A home of remarkable spatial ingenuity, with rooms that are seamlessly interlinked by a refined material palette.
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3 bedroom home in Queen's Park NW10
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