With its striking charcoal-black façade, this five-bedroom home sits in contrast to the neighbouring houses along Okehampton Road. Inside, finishes are as modish as its exterior across three voluminous floors. A double reception room makes a sophisticated first impression, with crisp cornicing, sage green walls and immaculately-laid parquet floors. Honouring the property’s period heritage, ceiling roses and two ornate fireplaces…
With its striking charcoal-black façade, this five-bedroom home sits in contrast to the neighbouring houses along Okehampton Road. Inside, finishes are as modish as its exterior across three voluminous floors.
A double reception room makes a sophisticated first impression, with crisp cornicing, sage green walls and immaculately-laid parquet floors. Honouring the property’s period heritage, ceiling roses and two ornate fireplaces have been flawlessly restored. Sunlight beams in through dual-aspect fenestration: at one end, a large bay window; at the other, a French door leads onto a patio.
Down the hallway lies an open-plan living space of remarkable scale and style. The kitchen’s design has bold intent: an exposed brick wall is painted black, contrasting with the marble worktops and muted green cabinets. A trio of wicker pendant lights offer textural flair above the central island, supported by dark tongue-and-groove paneling. Adjacent, a dining area is backdropped by a mirrored wall – amplifying the natural light that pours through the skylights above.
Crittall glazing stretches across the rear extension next to a cosy television area, creating a sense of harmony between the interior and exterior. In the garden beyond, a long stretch of lawn is tailor-made for entertaining, surrounded by vertical timber fencing and a variety of planters.
Upstairs, the principal bedroom suite has been crafted with precision. A bay window diffuses soft light across the pale walls and soft carpets – making for a soothing environment. Behind a partition wall, the dedicated dressing space showcases full-height wardrobes in a smart dark green hue. The en suite is equally as inspiring, wrapped in a selection of metro and mosaic tiling. A large sculptural tub sits independently at its centre, its design echoed by the free-standing sinks on the marble-topped vanity. Four further bedrooms and two bathrooms continue the home’s sophisticated interior style, spread over the first and second floors.
Double reception room
Open-plan kitchen and dining room
Principal bedroom suite
Four further bedrooms
Two further bathrooms
Borough of Brent
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Kensal Rise 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, a stone’s throw from your door.
5 bedroom home in Queen's Park NW10
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