Kempshott Road, is a Photographic Location house. The property is a large double fronted, 5 bedroom, Victorian house, based in Streatham Common, South West London. Its recently been restored and renovated, to a beautiful standard, keeping in mind the period in which it was built (1890).
It showcases many original period features such as the large detailed ceiling roses and open fireplaces in both reception rooms. It also offers a unique ravaged, industrial feel in some parts of the house. The house is spread over 4 floors, with white floors throughout. Every room has large windows.
Easily accessed via Victoria station or London Bridge via the overland. It offers one gated private parking bay at the side of the property. Free parking is in the surrounding streets.
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Unconverted, raw. Large space with some full standing areas.
Large Black double front doors, with an open feel, concrete grey colour walls, with wide hallway, open and airy feel.
White Floor-boards through out the whole property (excluding the Kitchen/Dining)
Grey walls, Old Chateau doors fixed to the wall. Large white ornate wood fireplace with log stove. A Ficus Tree, stoops across the ceiling. Grey velvet carved Louis sofa. High ceilings, perfect for a colourama/studio set up.
Original Victorian tiled floor, offering various wall backgrounds; white painted brick, white reclaimed scaffold boards, original raw wood scaffold boards. High ceilings with a sky light.
Black painted walls and floor to ceiling bookshelves, which are adorned with art books and novels. Proudly stands a large taxidermy peacock and other smaller birds on perches, and in domes. A wall full of framed bugs. A black Louis ornate fireplace. With an unusual Rococo style, large gold mirror above the fireplace and large gold chandelier in centre of the room.
A polished concrete floor. A unique antique shaker style Kitchen in dark pantry blue, marble effect quartz, counter tops wrapping around the kitchen, with a hand carved wood top island. Exposed brick wall behind the dining table. 3 amazing glass drop pendant Chandeliers above dining table (these can be unhooked and removed)
Black and white stripe carpet. With a large bay window. Bespoke shelves on the wall with ornaments.
Behind floor to ceiling black board cupboard doors, within the Kids play room, white metro tiles, white work top and sink with washing machine and tumble dryer.
Stunning scratched concrete wall with green and yellow tones, exposed copper piping wrapped around an old foxed mirror. Industrial gas taps. Green chequered floor tiles. Victorian porcelain butler sink and sanitary wear.
Soft grey walls, set out as one of the spare bedrooms in the house, offering an amazing vibrant eclectic mix, 2 large bright coloured peacock chairs, a white metal hospital bed, adorned with many knitted, embroidered and embellished throws collected from around the world. Walls are adorned with vibrant ornaments from around the world. Large plants scattered around the room.
White shiny metro tiles, bath and one window, basin unit.
Giant monochrome geometric rug with a white metal day bed and large window. White carved mirror. Baby cot.
This is a minimal room, styled with a tapestry armchair and rug. Could be used for hair and make-up or styling.
This is the master bedroom for the property and it offers are very dramatic and beautifully dilapidated backdrop. And the corner of the room has been designed deliberately to look like a forgotten unloved water damaged chateau. With its waterfall, stained, beaten up and ravaged walls, stunning large Rattan Louis bed. To the right of the room, stands floor to ceiling peacock blue paneled wardrobes and in the bay window sits a raw Edwardian tub armchair.
The top floor of the house, this room offers wall to wall rails adorned with Mens and Womens clothes. The centre piece in the room holds crucifixes, collected from all over the world and other such ornaments.
Clothing Steamer, Clothing Rail, Trestle table – all available on request at an additional charge.
Breakfast – Available on request, priced per head. Booked in advance.