Checkout Branch, a renovated five bedroom Edwardian property, located on a lovely road in Acton, distinguished by its interesting design.
At the front of the house, there is a driveway which fits 3 cars and some landscaping.
As soon as you open the beautiful stained glass front door, you are met by the black and white Victorian floral tiled flooring. Walking on the left side of the corridor, you can find a vast open-plan that unifies kitchen, dining and living room.
The kitchen area is distinguished by a light and pale colour scheme, white Herringbone parquet flooring, geometric tiling, luscious green plants and creative furniture, such as the plant pots and the pendant ceiling light. A very unique feature of this room is the fairy lights, creating a very enchanting atmosphere.
The living/ dining room features an airy, white and bright aesthetic that's perfectly in keeping with the kitchen’s style, adding a twist by including some colourful décor. On the left-hand side, there is a huge sofa that offers two views: one of the garden, thanks to the glass sliding doors and the other looks out to the TV. Next to the Arcadia doors, there are three slanted thin windows, which offer substantial architectural interest.
On the right-hand side of the room, you can find the dining area, finished with a long wooden table and grey and transparent chairs. The wall on this side of the room is decorated in Cole & Son’s Birch trees, giving a tranquil Nordic vibe to the space.
The property has an additional large double living area which incorporates a games room and sitting room. Most of the walls are decorated with a light pale blue colour and one of the walls has a Cole & Son’s blue Hexagon wallpaper with wooden flooring. This space also offers a beautiful piano and table football table. It definitely has the perfect homely vibe!
Moving to the first floor, there are 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms - one of which has an ensuite and there are 2 further bedrooms and another bathroom in the converted loft.
Most bedrooms have pale colours mixed with bright hues, creating a very intriguing palette. Several bathrooms have a neutral palette, spiced up with the geometric patterns, showers, mirrors, sinks and roll top baths.