A cacophony of colour, genteel parquet floors and ambient lighting greet you in the open-plan living and dining area, while the marble fireplace offers a subtle reminder of this property’s period heritage. We particularly adore the cobalt charms of the bookshelf and drinks cabinet, craftily positioned close to the adjoining terrace for those indulgent evenings where a good detective novel and a G&T are all the company you need.
The air of conviviality continues in the French-style country kitchen, equipped with a raft of modern appliances and a breakfast bar where early birds can enjoy the sunrise with a rejuvenating brew.
The quintessential grace of this mansion home is reflected in the bedrooms which luxuriate in their high ceilings, pleated lampshades and stately soft furnishings. The bucolic charms of neighbouring Battersea Park could be the inspiration for the nature-inspired bathroom, impeccably finished with rustic dark green wood panels and mindful plant-themed wallpaper.
You’ll be able to rejoice in this apartment’s red brick splendour from the comfort of the lush garden terrace, a secluded setting sheltered by lush hedgerow in which to unwind alongside family or friends. Feeling more intrepid? Carry on the conversation at the recently restored Battersea Power Station complex. Teeming with designer stores, vibrant bars and world-class restaurants, this rejuvenated icon of the south London skyline is not to be missed.
The individual design choices that ensure each room is totally unique. It’s almost impossible to pick our personal favourite, but that divine living/dining area may just take the crown.