The impactful styling is firmly in evidence in the kitchen and living area, which revels in a buoyant colour palette that playfully skips from burnt orange hues to chalk whites. Offering direct access to the terrace, this room also benefits from an abundance of natural light and effortlessly synchronises with the verdant greenery encasing this home. Expect the glass-topped kitchen island to transform into a hive of activity each evening, with all the latest appliances on hand to help you refine your latest signature dish, while after dinner the lure of an indulgent night in on the sofa catching up on your latest true crime documentary may prove too strong.
The muted green and aquamarine hues permeating the bedrooms and bathroom may evoke a sense of the Mediterranean, but step outside onto the restful private terrace and you’ll quickly be reminded of your presence in one of London’s leafiest postcodes. For nature lovers, there’s also one further surprise in store. A major perk of this property’s crescent location is its exclusive access to a vast communal garden – one of the largest in the capital. Amid this soulful setting, you may just hear the rousing hum of an appreciate crowd at nearby Lord’s Cricket Ground as a batsman brings up a century.
The consistently thoughtful lighting effects that mark this apartment out as a design marvel – notably that outburst of neon in the bathroom. The transport links here are exceptional too – with Heathrow Airport only a short train or tube ride away from nearby Paddington via the Elizabeth line.