This unusual home resides in the much sought-after London suburb of Chiswick, known for being well-connected, quiet, and close to pleasant leafy greenness.
On the market at a guide price of £1,200,000, the two-bedroom, semi-detached mews home used to be an artist's studio. Elements of its past life are kept in tact; exposed brick walling, high vaulted ceilings and visible beams characterise the main living area, giving it a New York loft apartment vibe.
Comprising open-plan dining and living zones, the main space is generously sized with floods of natural light entering through windows, as well as additional sky lights. The sheer height (5.8m) of the ceilings is emphasised by grand floor to ceiling shelving. A picture ledge runs across the east wall creating potential for an impressive home gallery.
We love how the exposed brickwork and ceiling beams introduce industrial style, while rustic touches of a corner fireplace and wooden parquet flooring ensure the main space feels warm and welcoming.
The separate compact kitchen and bathroom sit in the middle of the property, both designed in modern style with high tech appliances. A dining area sits adjacent to the kitchen basking in natural light from the window above.
Beyond the bathroom at the back of the home is a well-sized bedroom, which would make a lovely office space with its patio view. A contemporary Crittall-style back door leads out to the spacious private patio garden which wraps around the side of the house. The main bedroom is located upstairs – it's a carpeted area that sits on a raised mezzanine level snugly beneath the exposed beams.
Compact but perfectly formed, this Chiswick property would make a perfect home for an individual or a couple looking for something with plenty of character.
This property is on the market for £1,200,000 via Knight Frank.
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