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St Petersburgh Mews is nestled in the heart of Bayswater – a quiet, cobbled enclave lined with stock brick façades and springtime wisteria. At the centre of the street lies a three-bedroom property with exciting proposed planning. Like its traditional neighbours, the current property spans two floors. A light-filled reception room and the principal bedroom suite occupy the first floor,…
St Petersburgh Mews is nestled in the heart of Bayswater – a quiet, cobbled enclave lined with stock brick façades and springtime wisteria. At the centre of the street lies a three-bedroom property with exciting proposed planning.
Like its traditional neighbours, the current property spans two floors. A light-filled reception room and the principal bedroom suite occupy the first floor, with a kitchen and two bedrooms set the ground floor. While prospective homeowners can keep the home’s original design, there is approved planning for a complete interior renovation by pioneering architect Felix von Bechtolsheim. St Petersburgh Mews offers a unique opportunity to put your own creative mark on the final interior designed project.
The current site has planning to be extended from 870 sq ft to nearly 1,200 sq ft – including the installation of a lower-ground floor and inset courtyard. Felix’s signature aesthetic palette of organic textures and exposed materials will be expressed in this masterful spatial reconfiguration.
The entrance hallway will be bathed in natural light, courtesy of a skylight positioned in the ceiling void above. Running throughout the property, a bespoke staircase has been imagined with vertical wooden louvres which makes for an eye-catching bannister.
The first-floor kitchen and reception room will capitalise on its high vantage point with dual-aspect, wood-framed windows. Pale timber floors and brushed plaster walls will afford a warm tactility to the setting, which can be delineated between seating, dining and cooking areas. Spot lighting will be neatly engineered into the birch-ply ceiling beams, casting a soft glow across the contemporary social space.
The principal bedroom suite is envisioned on the new lower-ground level. Poured concrete floors will span the room, which is illuminated through full-height glazing– beyond which there will be direct access to the courtyard. A large free-standing bath is pictured facing opposite the double bed, while the en suite bathroom and dressing area will feature a dual vanity. Two further bedrooms will be situated on the ground floor, offering versatility to be used as home offices. Completing this storey will be an additional bathroom and cloakroom.
*CGI’s are indicative only and do not necessarily represent final specification.
Approved planning to extend from 870 sq ft to 1,178 sq ft
Proposed architectural design by Felix von Bechtolsheim
Open-plan kitchen and reception room
Principal bedroom suite
Two further bedrooms
One further bathroom
City of Westminster
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St Petersburgh Mews sits within the Bayswater Conservation Area – an enclave defined by its tree-lined streets and handsome period architecture. In a matter of moments reach the expansive lawns of Hyde Park, with the Serpentine Lido poised for early-morning swims. Hop between the brunch spots, boutiques and wellness centres that line Westbourne Grove – before arriving at Portobello Road for vintage shopping and global eateries. Spend an evening at local favourite Gold, also designed by Felix von Bechtolsheim.
3 bedroom home in Bayswater W2
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