Brondesbury Park is a 1902’s double fronted detached house and available to hire for photo shoots and filming. This property is located in North London and boasts stunning interiors from the moment you enter through the front door.
The grand hallway features an impressive central staircase with glass balustrade with views out to the properties beautiful manicured garden. Other aspects of the hallways include large double wooden doors, textured nude faux-croc wallpaper, tiled flooring and furnished with glass tables and cream Barcelona chairs.
The kitchen at Brondesbury Park is styled and created by the designers at Wenge, featuring wooden cabinets and breakfast bar in a deep shade of espresso. Sleek white counter tops keep the space feeling contemporary and light, which is offset with a feature large glass vase filled with green stems.
The main reception room of the property is elegant and full of texture that provides the space with a layered aesthetic. A panelled beech wood feature wall is accompanied alongside crushed velvet sofas, a cream baby grand piano, industrial metal coffee table and deep mauve statement light fitting. The space is also adjoined to a formal dining area that features statement artwork and tiled flooring throughout.
Other noteworthy features of Brondesbury Park include cinematic style living room complete with deep mahogany panelled walls and ceilings, informal ‘snug’ style room with statement library wall-wallpaper and life-size retro motorcycle prop. The shoot location also boasts a generous-sized outdoor pool and luxurious patio area.