It was built back in the 1980s, but you’ll find nothing but a contemporary feel with this CZWG and Tony Michael-designed modern townhouse in St Pauls Mews, London NW1.
It looks like nothing from the outside, but the interior makeover, the work of the owner in conjunction with architect Tony Michael, creates a real ‘wow’ factor beyond the front door.
The house is located on a private gated mews, with around 1,500 sq. ft. of interior space over four floors. The ground floor offers a ‘guest’ cloakroom to one side of the entrance hall, with the other side once a garage, but now a cinema room with stepped seating and built-in storage. To the rear of that is an office or guest bedroom, with an en-suite shower room and folding doors to the garden.
The first floor features a large open-plan entertaining space, with a sitting area beyond that, a dining space in the middle and a kitchen further forward. A spiral staircase takes you to the garden from this floor. The second floor contains a bedroom with en-suite shower room plus a ‘spectacular master suite’ over two floors, with a double-height dressing area, open-plan bathroom and a bedroom on the mezzanine (once the loft). The garden outside is around 30ft long, part decking and part paving.
Finishes, as you might expect, are top notch. It really is something inside, but it does come at a price. That asking price is £1,250,000.