What do you get if you combine three individual mews properties? You get this three-bedroom mews conversion in London W11.
That’s what has happened here, with three separate properties merged into one house. Obviously that’s not just a case of knocking down a few walls. An architect has overseen the project, resulting in the stylish living space you see here.
Premium finishes throughout as you would expect, as well as plenty of light and space.
The ground floor offers up a ‘spacious’ entrance lobby that leads into the open plan kitchen and dining area, as well as a wide reception room complete with fireplace and projector screen. There’s also a glass-walled shower room that doubles as a steam room on this floor too.
The first floor is made up of a ‘dramatic’ master bedroom suite leading to a large limestone en-suite bathroom via a glass walkway, along with two further double bedrooms.
If you want more space, there is the option to use the flat roof space across all of the house, which has previously had planning approval for a railing around the perimeter. Priced as you might expect, specifically at £2,250,000.
Images and details courtesy of the Marsh & Parsons estate agents. For more details and to make enquiries, please visit their website.