The former home of Oscar-winning set designer Carolyn Scott has just launched to the market. The property has exquisite interiors, off-street parking, and an amazing garden and conservatory-style dining room.
Occupying the corner plot of Goldhawk Road and picturesque Wingate Road, this five-bedroom property is now on the market and comes with an intriguing past. The recently-refurbished house is the home of a former music executive and prior to this was the former home of Carolyn Scott, a set decorator who won an Academy Award for her work on the movie, ‘The Madness of King George’.
The current owners have transformed the Georgian home into a tranquil space with a diverse palette of interior influences. This remarkable property also boasts an expansive garden and a self-contained studio apartment on the garden level. The circa. 3,400 sq. Ft. home in Brackenbury Village is on the market with Finlay Brewer for £3.65 million.
The three-storey home has two entrances and through the side entrance on Wingate Road a wonderful Crittall-glazed lobby with exposed brickwork which allows views into the rear patio and walled garden. There is a short flight of steps which lead down to a reception area with Lazenby polished concrete flooring throughout.
The large reception/entertaining area is an incredible multifunctional space that lends itself well to an array of creative activities. There is additionally a guest cloakroom, double bedroom, small kitchen, bathroom, study area and utility room on this floor.
Bifold doors open out onto a terrace area with a garden basin and outdoor pizza oven. A sloping side path leads to a spacious lawn and also hosts a number of Egyptian Anubis sculptures the previous owner acquired during her career and kindly left in situ. A carport can be found at the rear of the garden with space to park two cars securely.
Stairs from the lobby lead to the raised ground floor, which comprises the kitchen, reception room and dining space. The bespoke Modulnova kitchen has graphite surfaces and a central island with a butler sink and wine fridge. Bifold doors open into the reception room with an original fireplace and floor-to-ceiling shuttered sash windows.
The kitchen leads to the conservatory/dining room area with a gabled roof and Crittall glazing, boasting wonderful views of the garden and wider area. This floor also has a pantry and guest cloakroom, with an outdoor terrace parallel to the dining area offering further views of the garden. Access is also available from the front of the house with an exposed brick hallway leading to the reception room.
On the first floor are four bedrooms, including the master with en suite bathroom and picture-perfect views of the pastel-coloured homes on Wingate Road. There is also a further family bathroom with Moroccan Tadelakt plaster walls and flooring with brass sanitaryware. This floor has loft space which could be converted into a loft extension, subject to planning permission.
Teresa Brewer, Director at Finlay Brewer, comments, “This is a really exceptional opportunity to purchase a truly unique home. The interiors are just incredible, and the care that has been taken in the refurbishment of the house would make it a joy to live in.
“The background of the home only adds to its atmosphere of stylish elegance and spacious proportions. A property of this size and character can be hard to come by in this area, and I strongly recommend viewing early to appreciate the grandeur and potential of the space.”
The home on Goldhawk Road is a 10-minute walk from Ravenscourt Park underground station (District Line) and a nine-minute walk from Goldhawk Road underground station (Circle Line, Hammersmith & City Line). It is also close to outstanding-rated primary schools, including Brackenbury Primary School and John Betts Primary School.
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