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Property A four-storey terrace built in the 1840s, in a conservation area of north London, owned by The Ivy chef, Mark Hix and his wife, Clare Lattin.
This period terrace has a living room and large kitchen/lounge area on the ground floor, leading into a study/library extension. Bedroom, dressing room, en-suite bathroom and seperate wetroom on the first floor, and two bedrooms on the top floor.
The hall/living space is given a minimalist element with white walls, and eclectic yellow, curved chairs.
This small shower room was transformed into a wet room, adding a sloping floor to allow drainage. The large mirror bounces light around the room, making it appear more spacious.