Bright Victorian semi-detached house with architect-designed modern kitchen and first floor extension. Loft conversion with glass wall with a view, skylights and ensuite.
In this house, history meets modern with a Scandi vibe and lots of light. Unique, delicate design features that delight and cosy, welcoming rooms throughout.
Front room for grown-ups with dark blue walls, lots of books and pictures, and a fireplace. Downstairs relaxed office, hot pink under-stairs loo and coat nook lead onto a spacious kitchen overlooking the garden. Clean lines and lots of space, the kitchen has a large island, dining space for eight or more and a corner sofa facing an iroko feature wall. Glass wall opens to a patio in the garden with a pond, lawn and magnolia tree. Natural oak floors except kitchen which has slate flooring.
At the front is the master bedroom with a bay window and wall-to-wall wardrobes. Additional double bedroom next to it and a single bedroom at the back with a fun nook above, accessed by a ladder. This room also has a skylight. The main feature of this floor is the bathroom which has a large bath with a built-in smart TV on one end and iroko shelves as well as panels. Separate shower. Black painted floors throughout except bathroom which has slate flooring.
Striking stairs with a slatted wall and see-through stairs lead up to the top floor. Looking up from the first to the top floor and you'll find a huge drop from a skylight above. The top bedroom has a glass wall on one side, looking onto the garden, housing and the Arts Depot building. It also has skylights and an ensuite bathroom in natural stone and luxe green-grey walls.