Property Converted Tudor farmhouse in Gloucester
The space Kitchen-diner, dining room, living room, TV snug, study, wet room, laundry and WC on groundfloor. The first floor houses a master bedroom, with dressing room, 4 further bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. There is also a two-bedroom cottage, gym and summerhouse in the garden.
The deep rouge walls of the hallway are decorated with colourful ceremonial headdresses from the Cameroonian Juju tribe, imported from a market in Johannesburg.
Shiny porcelain floor tiles, stainless steel and bespoke glossy lacquered cappuccino-coloured cupboards ensure the kitchen looks polished. Low ceilings did not deter the couple from hanging crystal chandeliers but they have been cleverly placed over the island and table where they wont be head-butted!
The freestanding bath and rolled-up towels create a hotel-style bathroom. ‘I collect the luxury toiletries from hotels and put them in a large jar, so guests have a never-ending supply!’ says the owner.