A Tiny Maisonette with Original Details in London

The tree-lined Moselle Avenue within the Noel Park Conservation Area in London is home to a lovely small house with two bedrooms. The small Victorian house was recently renovated by its current owner, blending period features with modern additions.

Although the house is only 504 square feet, it’s located on two floors, with a living room, kitchen, and bathroom on the ground floor and two bedrooms on the first floor. The sensitive refurbishment by the owner has turned the small spaces into calm and welcoming rooms.

tiny living room with fireplace and built in shelves

The living room is located at the front of the house. This tiny room features the original floorboard that was restored by the owner, timber shutters in front of the sash window, and the original fire grate.


The fireplace is flanked by bookshelves to provide much needed storage space in such a small room.

fireplace detail
tiny round kitchen table under the stairs
arched doorway
gray kitchen

The kitchen is located at the back of the house and features deep blue cabinets paired with a micro-cement worktop and a steel sink.

gray cabinets

The walls are painted in ‘Slipper Satin’ by Farrow and Ball.

kitchen with tiny round table
tiny light bedroom with built in wardrobes

There are two double bedrooms on the first floor. The master bedroom is located at the front of the house and features the original timber floorboards and built-in wardrobes. The walls are painted in ‘School House White’ by Farrow and Ball.

home office with window shutters

The second bedroom is now used as a study. The walls in this room are painted in ‘Skimming Stone’ by Farrow and Ball.

pink bathroom with skylight

The bathroom is the most colorful room in the house with blue ceramic floor tiles and pink wall tiles. A skylight floods this room with natural light.

The small maisonette in London is listed for £545,000 at The Modern House