Market Leaders: our best homes for sale in London
A visit to Nathalie Assi’s home in Kensington has inspired us to share our best homes for sale in London right now, from a Marylebone mews house to a well-appointed maisonette in Bermondsey.
Barrowgate Road, London W4
Architect and designer John Morton, most notably known for his contributions to flat-pack furniture and office design, converted part of this large Victorian house to create a three-bedroom home for his family in the late 1980s.
The flowing, open plan living space is well-lit by windows at both aspects, while a glazed door leads to a rear garden.
The Coach House, Queen Anne Road, London E9
The original character of this period house is celebrated and enhanced through a design that champions craft and materials. A soft palette of chalky paints covers the tongue and groove panelling, while the ceiling joists have been left exposed to create a delicate backdrop for simple furnishings.
Using a contemporary palette of materials like oak and stainless steel with a la mode details like shadow gaps and recessed handrails, Studio Mackereth has created a compelling space for modern living.
Hackney Road II, London E2
In east London, this reimagined Grade II-listed townhouse provides generous living space and a private roof garden.
The front extension is particularly impressive, with a double-height living room providing, as the current owners have proved, enough space for large artworks, sofas, armchairs, books and a home cinema.
The Jam Factory II, Green Walk, London SE1
The generous proportions of the 1902 Hartley’s Jam Factory in Bermondsey form the bare bones of this four-bedroom maisonette. Industrial character comes by way of bare brick walls and light-feeding windows, which look out onto a quiet stretch of a no-through street.
Charnock Road, London E5
Much thought and attention have been spent on the renovation of this five-bedroom Victorian house in Lower Clapton, as is evident in the oak flooring throughout, bespoke cabinetry and open-tread staircase with glass balustrade and steel handrail.