Garden House is a place to provoke the internal world of thought.
From £2600 pcm
A home that provokes the internal world of thought. This vertical landscape of interconnected spaces culminates in a roof terrace which frames the surrounding urban landscape.
Living, working, eating and interacting happen fluidly within one interconnected space.
A contemporary mews house organised around a series of double height volumes with triple aspect windows creating daylit interiors with animated shadows. Living spaces allow working, cooking, dining and reading to take place in one interconnected space. The house provides 3 bedrooms and 2 en-suite bathrooms (sleeping 3-6 people). Throughout, spaces are defined by a vibrant mix of materials including red concrete floors, bespoke birch joinery and laser cut steel bridges.
Garden House includes a collection of bespoke joinery elements in birch ply and coloured valchromat. Joinery pieces include the entry stairs and storage tower, dining bench, drinks cabinet and library. Each piece is hand made with local joiners.
Hammersmith is an established residential area, characterised by Victorian streets connected to 3 London Underground lines allowing easy access to the City and Heathrow Airport.
The River Thames runs across the south of the borough, providing great walks and access to a range of river based sports.
Historic bars and established restaurants offer a variety of food and drink choices, from the Brackenbury Wine Rooms to the Angelsea Arms Pub to the Gate. A choice of open green space is available at Brook Green and Ravenscourt Park and contemporary theatre can be found at the Bush Theatre, Lyric Theatre and the Riverside Studios. The Hammersmith Apollo, the Shepherds Bush Empire and Bush Hall provide a variety of locations for contemporary music.
Take a break from the bustling city by taking a stroll to Ravenscourt Park.
Enjoy a pint and some hearty food at locals’ favourite, The Anglesea Arms.
Revel in some of the best live performance going at the various iconic venues in the area, including The Hammersmith Apollo, the Shepherds Bush Empire and Bush Hall.
Stop off at the cosy Thatched House after walk in the park.
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