Through an original wrought-iron fence stands a picture-perfect Victorian house with arched and bay windows and a façade made of London stock brick and intricate white stucco detailing.
The three-bedroom house is located near the popular park London Fields in Hackney. The current owners have carefully renovated the Victorian house using a muted color palette of natural tones, painted floorboards, and shutters.
The house is divided over three floors, with a bedroom and a living room on the lower ground floor with access to a private patio garden. On the ground floor lies a second living room and the kitchen, and two more bedrooms can be found on the first floor.
We start the tour o the ground floor with the open-plan living room and kitchen. The living room sits and the front of the house and has beautiful calm sage-green walls.
Unfortunately, the fireplace is no longer there, but the niches on either side are now used as bookshelves.
From the living room, you enter the kitchen with mushroom-pink walls. The l-shaped kitchen has cabinets painted in a dark blue shade combined with an oak worktop and a white ceramic sink.
The raised mantelpiece is carefully restored by the current owners and now frames an antique mirror splashback and range cooker tucked into the old chimney breast.
On the lower ground floor sits another sitting room. This is a more cozy space with blue-painted walls and access to the private courtyard garden.
At the front of the lower ground floor lies a bedroom which is painted in forest green. The bay window can be turned into a cozy window seat.
The bathroom on the lower ground floor has a combined bath and shower, white subway tiles, and teal blue walls.
The double bedroom on the first floor is painted in a beautiful sky-blue shade which is paired with a pink-striped headboard. The room has built in wardrobes and a lovely antique writing desk.
The second bathroom is designed with an industrial look with matte black fittings and black and white tilework.
This Victorian house in London is listed with The Modern House