A semi-detached red brick Edwardian family house with original stained glass sash windows to the front, and a traditional wooden spindle painted porch.
The house has a light-filled neutral interior with Scandinavian and French influences, including whitewashed floorboards on the ground floor; mid century wooden furniture and ornate French painted mirrors and chandeliers. The white kitchen blends clean modern lines with reclaimed elements and has a gas hob, butlers sink and freestanding fridge and is open to the elegantly panelled living room. A picture window and bifold doors look out over the garden that has flowering fruit trees in spring and white hydrangeas in summer.
The house has vintage and antique furniture mixed with contemporary pieces throughout, large mirrors and crystal chandeliers and living house plants.
Upstairs there is a family bathroom with a freestanding bath; a colourful vintage style children's room with chequerboard yellow floor and wall panelling and a teenage bedroom that can be used to store props or for dressing.
The loft contains the master bedroom with an antique upholstered king size French bed; a freestanding bath in the bedroom and wardrobes papered in Hugh Hamshaw Thomas's depiction of the lake at Epping Forest.