Brunswick Place displays a taste for the exotic. African masks hang in the entrance hallway, and on the right is a colourful sitting room. The artwork is eclectic, the floorboards are draped with faux-hides and throws, and a dark-grey feature wall makes the modern fireplace seem brighter. To the left, spotlights illuminate the open-plan kitchen, where a round dining table seats four. And on the right is a small office, with shelves of books and a red leather swivel chair.
Directly to the left of the front door is the master bedroom (and ensuite). It’s both dark and colourful, with grey walls, a rainbow rug and more striking artwork. Next is the king-size second bedroom, which has a wall-mounted TV and an ensuite shower. With Regent’s Park in one direction and Marylebone in the other, every route is scenic when you step outside.