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Scandinavian style mews home with ‘invisible kerb appeal’

by LLP Reporter
1st Jul 19 11:31 am

Leading estate agent Aston Chase has launched to the market a unique pair of Scandinavian-style new-build mews homes located on renowned Abbey Road, St John’s Wood. The contemporary homes are designed to maximise natural light and privacy set back from the infamous road and boast ‘invisible kerb appeal’, as they are completely hidden to passers-by. The two Manor Mews properties have been developed by City & Docklands and are available to buy through Aston Chase, each priced at £3,495,000.

The architecture of the properties is Scandinavian inspired, characterised by beautiful minimalism and a connection with nature. The homes focus on bringing the outside in, with the kitchen and drawing room opening out onto a private courtyard, with each bedroom featuring a Juliet balcony revealed behind sliding full-height windows.

The interior design showcases natural textures and woods throughout, with a colour palette of warm neutrals and highlights of black for a sleek, Nordic finish.

The two Manor Mews homes are located over ground and lower ground floors, naturally unseen from the road. Each home is centred around a private lower ground courtyard offering secluded sanctuary for entertaining and relaxing.

The lower ground floor of each home is a superb lateral entertaining space, with sliding pocket doors creating a transitional space, reflecting the functionality of Scandinavian architecture. There is a contemporary kitchen with integrated Miele appliances and a wine fridge, elegantly finished in a walnut wood with handle-less cupboards. A central island provides a breakfast bar with an industrial-style feature lighting, and there is also a family-sized dining table.

The drawing room of each home is ideal for family living, finished in soft furnishings with ample space for seating and leisure. There is delicate spotlighting well-positioned for displaying a modern art collection. On the ground floor there is also a separate utility room with fitted cabinets and integrated Miele appliances.

On the ground floor there are three large bedrooms with bespoke, fitted, walnut wardrobes with integrated lighting and engineered timber flooring. Each bedroom has floor to ceiling windows which draw in natural light, with the Juliet balconies offering views onto the courtyard.

The Principal bedroom suite has a stylish en suite bathroom with large-format tiling in a sleek grey hue, complete with a bathtub and walk-in shower. The second bedroom has an en suite shower room, with a further family bathroom on this floor.

The homes both have reverse cycle air conditioning and a secure video intercom entry phone system. Each home provides one secure off-street parking space and bike storage.

Mark Pollack, Co-founder and Director of Aston Chase said, “The two Manor Mews homes are well-positioned for secluded tranquillity, each with a large private courtyard and boasting ‘invisible kerb appeal’ by being completely hidden from passers-by. As new-build properties, they retain the homely feel of traditional mews houses and the Scandinavian-inspired architecture has brought in extensive natural light throughout. Given their central location, we anticipate these to sell to a buyer looking for an executive family home.”

The Manor Mews homes are located on Abbey Road, renowned for the Abbey Road Studios and the pedestrian crossing made famous by The Beatles’ 1969 iconic album cover ‘Abbey Road’. Manor Mews are a six-minute walk to The American School in London for international schooling, and a fourteen minute walk to St John’s Wood High Street for shops and amenities. St John’s Wood underground station is a seven-minute walk away for quick connections to The City and central London.

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