• Cobbled courtyard
• Modern kitchen
• Terrace garden
• Converted stable building
This old stable building has been carefully converted to a modern home while still preserving some of its original features. At the front of the property there is a lovely cobbled courtyard where you can enjoy a quiet drink at the stylish table and chairs. Indoors you’ll find all the home comforts you need to relax after a busy day in London.
Downstairs you’ll find the kitchen with exposed brick, slate floors, granite and beech worktops. It is well equipped with a stylish Mercury range cooker, American fridge-freezer, microwave, dishwasher, HD TV as well as an extending table with seating for 8. Above the cooker, utensils hang on the original tie points for the horses.
THE UTILITY ROOM
Also on the ground floor, featuring a sink, washing machine and dryer with hanging racks for clothes.
Furnished with slate floors, a 5-foot sofa-bed which folds out to sleep 2 guests, bedside table, bookshelves and an en-suite. There is hanging and folding storage space in the wardrobe.
An en-suite to the first bedroom featuring a standing shower, washbasin, toilet and towel rail.
THE LIVING ROOM
On the first floor you'll find an eclectic yet contemporary style room with high ceilings, huge glass windows, beautiful artwork, a sofa, and a large HD TV with surround sound and CD audio system.
STUDY/ SPARE BEDROOM
Just off the living room, there is a study room with a desk, Wi-Fi, a large cream sofa and book shelves. This sofa can be folded out to sleep 1 more guest.
Connected to the study bedroom, this bathroom has a hand shower over the jacuzzi bath, a washbasin, toilet, bidet and mirrored cupboards.
Located on the mezzanine level with large windows looking out onto the garden, and the 'A' frames of the original stable building. There's a king size bed, bedside tables, bookshelves and en-suite. Hanging rails can be placed in this room for storage.
The en-suite bathroom off this room has a standing shower unit with jets and waterfall, a toilet and a washbasin.
THE TERRACE GARDEN
French doors lead out of the living room onto the terrace garden where there is a bench, table and seating for 4.