Set in a classic Victorian home on a quiet street. Through the front door, to the entrance hall, with original Victorian tiling on the floor. A few steps down, to the living area.
With wooden floors throughout, the living room is light and sophisticated in style. A geometric patterned rug fills the floor, with a sofa and blue velvet armchairs by the window. A traditional fireplace occupies the centre of the space, with beautiful tiling around the harth. On the right of this, is a television.
On the opposite side of the room, is a further fireplace, with bookcases on either side and a circular wooden table in the centre and another sofa. The space is decorated in chic artwork and mirrors.
Through the door, to the kitchen and dining area.
KITCHEN & DINING SPACE
The kitchen is a contemporary dream, with characterful touches, including the pitched roof and white beams above. In the centre of the space, is a large wooden dining table and chairs, which overlooks the garden. French doors lead to the outside space.
The kitchen itself is sleek and fully equipped with all the amenities you will need during your stay, including a wine fridge. A quirky feature of the space is the cool, blue neon sign which hangs above the basin.
A beautiful patio garden, decorated with plants and filled with lots of relaxing seating areas including tables and chairs, loungers and a parasol.
On the first floor, is the first bathroom with a shower, basin and WC, all in sleek stone-coloured tiles.
A light bedroom, with vintage style features. The room includes a double bed bedside tables and a dressing table with chair. There is a large mirror on the wall and a wooden wardrobe on the opposite side.
A few steps up to the second bedroom, with a bay window and a double bed in the centre. The room also comprises a wardrobe, bookcase, bedside tables and a chest-of-drawers.
This modern bathroom includes a bath, WC and basin.
On the top floor, is a further petite bedroom. With a single bed and bedside table, this space is decorated with framed pictures and a bookcase.
The final bedroom is light and airy, with a double bed in the centre. In one corner of the room is a hanging rail for guest use and there is a bookcase as well.
We are hoping to visit London again next year and will try to stay at 93 Calbourne again.