• Prezzo:€ 2.226.420 (£ 1.995.000)
  • Zona: Centro nord-ovest
  • Indirizzo:Waldo Road, London NW10
  • Camere da letto:4


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Offering almost 3,500 sq ft of beautifully detailed living space over four floors, this exemplary house is newly completed to a design by the renowned architects Munkenbeck & Partners. It is situated on the western end of a terrace of three houses, with huge windows that draw in the natural light and provide far-reaching views. The centrepiece of the house is a wonderful open-plan reception room, kitchen and dining room that spans the whole of the first floor, with access to terraces facing south and west. It has an exposed concrete ceiling and a shuttered-concrete wall at one end. The master bedroom is on the second floor, with exposed ceiling joists, a curved wall and a big picture window. It has an en-suite bathroom and dressing room, and access to an east-facing terrace for catching the morning sun. There are three further bedrooms and two bathrooms on the ground floor. The basement is presented as a blank canvas, and has very high ceilings. It would make an excellent studio, or could be converted into further bedroom accommodation or even a swimming pool (there is a pool in one of the neighbouring houses). The property has covered off-street parking for two cars at the front, and a small garden area to the side. Externally, it takes its cues from European Modernism, with expanses of crisp white-painted render and timber detailing. Internally, the exposed concrete is combined with white walls, shadow gaps, and wide Douglas fir floorboards from Dinesen. The house has triple glazing in some of the bedrooms, and a ground-source heat pump. Waldo Road is a no-through road, part of the College Park, a small group of streets located between Harrow Road and Scrubs Lane. It is located across the railway line from Kensal Green Cemetery, within a short walk of Kensal Green and Willesden Junction stations. The area is experiencing large levels of investment, including the new Crossrail train network and the potential development of Old Oak Common to create the HS2 interchange. The outstanding amenities of Notting Hill and Queens Park are within easy reach, as is Westfield shopping centre. There is quick road access to the west via the A40/M40.