Previously an old Victorian warehouse built 1890, this property has been converted into a contemporary three-storey home. It has an open-plan kitchen-diner and living room, which are adjoined by a separate wet room, plus a master bedroom with en suite and a guest bedroom.
Visitors are greeted in a large open space with a view of the lower floor of the house. The living room and the kitchen-diner are divided by a subtly hidden wet room, which is a quirky surprise for visitors. The open-plan idea teamed with black flooring creates a classy, contemporary feel to the antique building.
The slate flooring is from Delabole Slate.
The en-suite bathroom, neatly tucked under the eaves, is just as light and peaceful as the bedroom. The bath sits in a bespoke limestone surround. The same material has been used to clad the double washstand that sections off the bathing area without creating an obvious barrier.
This Duravit Vero undermount basin is from Ocean bathrooms
The second floor bedroom suite can be closed off for privacy, but still enjoys a view up or down to the next level of the building through a glass panel.