Newly built, this SE5 Architects-designed Paddock House in Grove Park, London SE5 is certainly a stylish job.
Paddock House is a 4 / 5-bedroom house, one of a pair in a ‘wonderfully quiet position’ on Grove Park and offering around 3,300 sq. ft. of flexible accommodation over three floors, along with off-street parking and landscaped gardens.
It’s a high-end build, that’s for sure, with bespoke hardwood joinery, handmade bricks, along with stone and oak flooring, while the design offers plenty of natural light thanks to a top-lit atrium at the centre of the house. Eco-friendly too, with a carbon-negative solid timber-panel ‘superstructure’, a sedum roof, photovoltaic panels that produce electricity, solar panels that create up to 60% of the hot-water requirement, and a mechanical ventilation with heat recovery system that recycles 95% of the heat usually lost through ventilation.
As for actual space, that’s down as featuring an entrance court, entrance hall, living room, study/bedroom, cloakroom, kitchen/diner and pantry on the ground floor, while the basement offers a ‘den’, a ‘bonus room’, plant room, utility and WC/shower. Head up to the first floor and you’ll find four further bedrooms, two bathrooms, a shower room and a dressing room.
The garden wraps around the property on three sides, with planting designed by plantswoman Mima Taylor for ‘architectural impact and easy maintenance,’. As we mentioned earlier, there is off-street car parking for two cars behind a remote-controlled electric sliding gate.
Fancy it? You’ll need to find £1,995,000.