A Former Mission Hall Is Now A Creative Plant-Filled Home

Utopia House is a unique 1832sq. foot loft-like home in Deptford, South East London. The home is located in a former Mission Hall that dates back to early 20th-century, The Mission Hall was constructed in 1906 as a memorial to philanthropist Joseph Mead. In 2018 the new owners in collaboration with architect Alex Nikjoo turned this stunning building into a bright, open-plan home. Still visible in the home is the vaulted ceilings and exposed timber trusses which instantly give the home character.

A polished concrete floor brings the home into the 21st-century. What I love most about this home is the mezzanine feature above the kitchen area. It’s now designed as a light plant-filled workspace with doors leading to the generous roof terrace. The attention to detail and smart design features are amazing in this home and you can now buy this unique home because it has come up for sale at London estate agency Aucoot.

photography by Aucoot

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