This 1960s architect-designed house located by Angel station within the Duncan Terrace conservation area has been extended with a design by Grand Designs award winning architectural practice Denizen Works. Lovingly crafted from what was originally a vast studio space into an impressive loft style four bedroom house across three floors totalling over 1,500 sq ft. The project spanned close to three years and included a complete renovation from the bones up with roof extensions, steel supports, alu-clad windows and relocated staircase just some features of the extensive works. Every sq ft has been utilised with innovative built in storage across all floors and a clever use of glass to ensure maximum natural light assisted by the favourable orientation. There are multiple reception and entertaining spaces, four bedrooms, three bathrooms, utility room and an open plan feel throughout without sacrificing privacy. A log burner sits centre stage of the main reception space on the first floor which looks out over Oakley Crescent. The break in adjacent property creates a vacuum for more natural light and a pleasant outlook despite being in the heart of the City. The master suite on the top floor has floor to ceiling glass sliding folding doors which leads to a south west facing terrace. More outdoor space can be found in the rear garden accessed from bedroom three on the ground floor, a further example of how every part of the plot has been utilised by the architect. The triangular shape of the property is another example of the uniqueness of this incredible space.
Over 1500 Sq Ft
Built in Storage