An Edwardian villa with 5 bedrooms (three en-suite) including a master suite with walk-in wardrobe and nanny quarters with a kitchenette, and a family bathroom on the upper floors, and kitchen-diner and family room and sitting room on the ground floor.
Owned by a dynamic commercial property developer with a young family, this property had to meet their expectations of a light, spacious home with a timeless interior. Our architecture and build team transformed the space with a striking side infill extension, full width glass doors and external glazing with full height pivot opening windows and frameless glass julienne balconies, creating a light-filled, free-flowing home.
With the extension in place, the rear of the property now encompasses the kitchen, dining area and family room, where roof-lights, skylights and three huge glass doors flood the space with natural light, connecting with the outside and beautiful garden.
In the family room bespoke streamlined joinery painted in a pale hue by HUX London spans an entire wall creating an elegant focal point. This incorporates a sleek contemporary fireplace, elegant wall-hung cabinetry and recessed shelving with beautiful inlaid timber-veneered panels. Vintage furniture and accessories sit comfortably with contemporary art for a fresh, modern feel.
The relaxed style of the kitchen dining and family room works well with two small boys living here and is in contrast to a more formal and sophisticated sitting room at the front of the house, where slick modern joinery combines with period features and traditional elements.
In the sumptuous master bedroom on the first floor custom-made floor-to-ceiling wardrobes discreetly flank the walls and lead through to a stunning marble-clad en-suite bathroom.
The top of the house accommodates a beautiful, modern studio for the nanny, complete with luxurious, compact en-suite bathroom and a smart, concealed kitchenette.
The aforementioned windows and glass julienne balconies ensure these rooms are flooded with natural light.
Bold oversized cornicing and a clever lighting scheme flow throughout the house giving it a sense of grandeur, earning its place on one of Chiswick’s prime streets.