This lateral conversion of a former carpet warehouse in Wandsworth displays no evidence of being allied to the former furry fabrics of our nations floors. Relegated to the bottom of the pile, those former ways have been eschewed in favour of the slick elegance of engineered timber planks.
It’s all a thoroughly modern affair; light and bright with windows across the full width of the living room and both bedrooms, while even the kitchen and bathroom get some natural light as well. The northerly aspect of the main living space could well suit an artist or photographer.
The apartment extends to 104m2 (1123ft2) is great for the those who prefer to keep their kitchen out of the living space, but who don’t want to be too far from their friends while cooking up a storm. The living room is toasty underfoot with a Speedheat system beneath those chunky Element 7 planks, while the bedrooms have wide slimline radiators that blend almost invisibly into the walls.
Wall lighting is favoured over ceiling pendants, accentuating the height of the living space and allowing for warmer mood lighting then being beamed down on from above. An undemised roof space leads directly off the living room and there is an allocated parking space at street level.
Warm grey large format tiles in the bathroom give a sharp edge and contrast well with bright white and brushed steel fittings. That colour scheme is extended to the kitchen where white cupboards and De Dietrich stainless steel appliances receive a dashing burst of colour from tangerine coloured backsplash sheets.
The asking price is £725,000 and includes a share in the freehold. Click here for full details.