Masterful design and modern luxury are uniquely embodied in this elegant one bedroom home, bursting with artful details and light filled spaces.
After a peaceful 0.4mile stroll from Finsbury Park Station, a cobalt blue front door welcomes you into this wonderful end-of-terrace Victorian conversion. Ascending to the first floor, you’ll be greeted by beautiful light oak wooden floorboards that flow throughout the property. Relinquishing your outerwear in the hallway, you can bask in the sunlight pouring in through a large original sash window in the south-facing reception room to your right. Fitted handsomely in the corner of the space awaits an understated handleless storage unit, offering the perfect place to fit a television and surrounding cupboards for concealing libraries of sci-fi romance novels, art house Blu-rays and indie adventure video games. Overlooking the communal rear garden, the eat in kitchen encompasses brilliant white cabinetry topped by light wooden work surfaces and seamlessly integrated appliances. Punctuated by a charming arched sash window, the master bedroom has been minimally styled in calming shades of pastel blue and splashed white. Striking sapphire blue subway tiling contrasts magnificently with white grouting in the stylishly designed bathroom adjacent. Simple, natural materials have been used in the floating pedestal washbasin, complemented beautifully by a wall-mounted faucet. An adorable recessed enclave offers the perfect spot to place trendy travel sized toiletries, fresh votive candles and nautical themed decorative trinkets.
Alternatively, you may choose to decorate this captivating bathroom with an eye-catching display of toy army men performing yoga, found a mere 0.3 miles away at independent local gift store Hettie Holland. Evoking subtle Scandinavian influences, this charming humble abode would also be the perfect backdrop for the quirky modern furnishings on offer at MoseyHome on Stroud Green Road, just 0.2 miles away.