This stately country house set in a leafy, north-west London suburb conveys a sense of open space, yet is within commuting distance of the city. It is designed as a classical villa along the lines of revivalist architecture from the past century, with façade ornamentation and classical elements. First impressions on approaching the house underscore this: a front door under a pitched roof canopy with white stone pillars, and large windows with white glazing bars. A projecting gable with a circular window provides a nautical touch.

Fact sheet

Roof shape
Hipped roof
Gross External Area in ft² (incl. basement if present)
Dimensions in m
14.43 x 17.57
Special features

A modern take on classical design

CEO Baufritz (UK) Ltd.

Oliver Rehm

"This spacious country house combines elements of a classical mansion with modern features. The entrance is framed by white stone pillars and large windows with glazing bars, while the rear of the house reveals a modern living space with a generous veranda and floor-to-ceiling windows." 

Floor plans

Ground Floor

First Floor