Cast iron fireplaces and pale pink wall panels sit next to floor-to-ceiling glass fronts and a white kitchen in this newly renovated Victorian townhouse. Spread over several floors, the plot has oodles of room for groups. The huge downstairs space has been chopped into three – a classical lounge with corniced ceilings and sash windows for cosy nights in, a dining room for group dinners, and a spacy kitchen with a comfy seating area perfect for curling up with a book and basking in the sunlight. Still not enough? Head out to the private patio for cold glasses of wine and al fresco dining. Bedrooms err on the side of modernity, including tree-branch wallpaper, a seaside ode, and skylights for early birds. For those who need some alone time, the deep free-standing tub is perfect for soaks, or if you're in the mood for an audience, have a tinkle on the upright piano in the sitting room.
Home truths: *One of the bedrooms has skylights directly above the beds – light sleepers should bring an eye mask
*The nearest tube station is a twelve-minute walk (and from here it's about forty-minutes into central London)
*The home is set over three floors with no lift, so it's unsuitable for those with limited mobility
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