On a quiet street in community-focussed Queen’s Park, this eye-catching home wears masonry accents, dark bargeboards and an elegant tiled gable. Entering on the raised ground floor, the hallway opens into an expansive eat-in kitchen. Understated shaker-style cabinetry creates a clean, sophisticated look. Above, a trio of skylights casts steely grey tones over the monolithic navy island. Delineating the room…
On a quiet street in community-focussed Queen’s Park, this eye-catching home wears masonry accents, dark bargeboards and an elegant tiled gable. Entering on the raised ground floor, the hallway opens into an expansive eat-in kitchen.
Understated shaker-style cabinetry creates a clean, sophisticated look. Above, a trio of skylights casts steely grey tones over the monolithic navy island. Delineating the room between cooking and dining spaces, the marble-topped island incorporates a breakfast bar and wine fridge. A range oven creates a farmhouse feel while colourful cabinetry, enlivened with brass accents, spans powder-blue and eggshell hues.
Characterised by peach-toned banquette seating, the bright dining area is illuminated by the skylights above by day, low-slung pendant lights by night. Sitting at the heart of the home, a central living area makes for an ideal playroom and benefits from a generous south-facing window.
Past a wall of bespoke joinery, the front-facing reception room is a stylised space drawing together pale pink walls with elegant wainscotting, a wood burner and an architrave ceiling. The large bay window presents a perspective on the leafy street outside.
From the kitchen, herringbone flooring flows directly into a sunroom, a wall of steel-framed glazing providing industrial rigour. This space leads out to a vast split-level garden, divided into four acts. A generous paved living and dining area leads up to an additional dining area with rose bushes and mature trees. From here, a stone pathway meanders past a luscious lawn to a shaded retreat.
Dominating the second floor, the principal bedroom suite is a calming and comfortable space. A walk-in wardrobe sweeps into an additional dressing area, while plentiful eaves storage pushes the clutter of everyday life into the walls. A serene bathroom enjoys ship-lap walls, a freestanding bathtub and a frameless rainfall shower finished in bookmatched marble.
Three further bedrooms combine natural light, soothing tones and thoughtful design details. A family bathroom enjoys a freestanding bathtub, walk-in rainfall shower and a washstand basin with burnished brass taps. Underfoot, rustic terracotta tiles in a herringbone formation recall the aesthetic of the kitchen.
Two reception rooms
Principal bedroom suite with dressing room
Three further bedrooms
Expansive split-level garden
Flexible study or fifth bedroom
Cellar and utility room
London Borough of Brent
Steel-framed glazing provides industrial rigour to the sunroom, which leads out to an expansive garden, divided into four acts
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A go-to destination for those in the know, Queen’s Park is a lively hub for both creatives and families. The neighbourhood has a wealth of renowned food spots. At the top of the street, caffeinate and conversate at Cuore – your local Italian deli and coffee shop. Head to Harvest for brunch or Carmel for an Eastern Mediterranean dinner. Local green spaces span nearby Tiverton Park, King Edward VII Park, and the neighbourhood’s namesake, Queen’s Park.
4 bedroom home in Queen's Park
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