Two bedroom apartment in wealthy street on sale for £ 745,000
THIS unique apartment has other green envious sellers.
The Â£ 745,000 two-bedroom property has an incredible leafy interior design theme throughout.
The luxury pillow in a leafy part of West London is located in an apartment building inside a converted Art Deco mansion.
The block was designed by George Val Mayer, the architect behind BBC Broadcasting House.
According to Rightmove, the property has “the atmosphere of a contemporary and bright Victorian orangery.”
The description explains: âThe internal accommodations span over 650 square feet and have an incredible sense of volume, height and light, the care of ingenious design.
“The apartment is discreetly located in a private south-facing annex at the rear of the building, allowing an exceptional level of peace and quiet for such a central location.”
It also benefits from a 24-hour secure portage from Inigo London real estate agents.
Potential buyers can expect to enter the large apartment through a private entrance door with a porthole, leading into “the open plan living room, a wonderfully enveloping space with walls both carpeted, in a distinctive palm tree print of Mind the Gap, and reflected to create an extended sense of space. “
The description continues: âReplica 18th-century Portuguese-patterned porcelain tiles run underfoot, while heating is provided by subtle baseboard heaters from Discrete Heat.
“An integrated Sonos speaker system is built into every room.”
The house also has a “thoughtfully designed kitchen” and “ingenious storage solutions”.
Other delicacies include antique French doors and “a sense of serenity and the natural world”.
The 655 square feet of luxury house two bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen, and two bathrooms.