Memory serves Once owned by an antiques dealer, Sydney Street II is full of beautiful leftovers. The dusky woods are sweetly country cottage, while the roof terrace appears all the more villagey for the church spire chiming across the way. But this home is far from forgotten. From the kitchen’s terracotta pots to the marbled check of the dining room floor, every nook is bright with charms. And even with South Ken’s museums up the road, you’ll surely be taken by the vintage playroom and the sitting room’s masterful artwork. Elder scrolls Having just welcomed a baby into the world, your hosts have their eyes fixed on the future as much as the past. He is a doctor, while she has turned her hand to painting and sculpture. The most treasured part of their home is the roof terrace, and the peal of church bells each Sunday. ##For good and all Twin French windows will tempt grown-ups onto the sitting room’s sofas, while younger ones may be more interested in the playroom’s alluring dollhouse. Take a peek at the artworks and sculptures, or follow the creamy walls to the characterful, old dining room. Roomy, pretty and dotted with potted plants, you won’t need any reason to carry your coffee onto the roof terrace – and there’s a scenic balcony the other side of the period Italianate bathroom, too. And before you ascend the leather-studded staircase to one of three graceful bedrooms, do investigate the cultured, bookish study.
Basin, Bath with integrated shower, toilet
Double bed, CD player, TV, dining chair
Single bed, Hanging rail
Basin, bath (fitted), bidet, shower, toilet
Super king size bed, radio
Child's highchair, dining table, dining chair
Breakfast bar, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, hob (gas), Juicer, Nespresso coffee m...
Barbeque, outdoor dining
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