This is not your typical Victorian family home house tour. You might be expecting period features, deep cornices and a traditional kitchen, but in that respect you’d be disappointed. I don’t think you’d be disappointed however by the walls of washed and polished plaster, the raw wood, and the linear fireplaces.
Styled by its owner, this stunning home has had walls removed to open up the traditional layout and now includes a large reception room at the front, a large kitchen/diner at the rear, leading on to a family room, where Crittall windows and a glass ceiling flood the area with light. And on the two floors above are three en-suite bedrooms, and outside, a contemporary courtyard garden.
The metal windows and raw wood kitchen give the place a slightly industrial feel while the oversized artworks and eclectic accessories create a distinct artisanal aesthetic.
I’d move in for those polished plaster walls alone. Oh, and that courtyard.
Currently to let, via Domus Nova.