Sat in a private mews in the Barnsbury conservation area of London is this award-winning Buckley Gray Yeoman-designed four-bedroom contemporary modernist property in Haven Mews, London N1.
It is one of a group of three similar properties built in 2003 on the site of a former warehouse that sat between four rows of Georgian terraces, with minimal window space facing the existing houses, but with a rear of the terrace facing the retained garden wall that is mostly glazed.
The accommodation measures almost 2,000 sq ft over three storeys and includes four bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with a double-height atrium leading to a double-aspect reception / kitchen / dining room, part of which is double height, with large glazed folding doors that open onto a terrace. High spec, as you would imagine, right down to the integrated audiovisual system.
Check out the images to see it all for yourself and if it is your kind of place, you’ll need around £1,995,000 to secure it.