Kingswood is a stylish period Victorian House situated in West London. The house comprises of three floors. The ground floor has a large double reception with original painted floorboards, bay window and two period fireplaces one of which has a working gas fire, an open plan kitchen diner with a modern styled Aga, stone floor and freestanding kitchen island, and also a beautiful courtyard style garden. The first floor has a bathroom with panelling, retro marble tiling and a freestanding period style bath, a large bedroom with original painted floorboards, baywindow and a period style fireplace, and an office room with painted floorboards and an exposed brick fireplace wall. The second floor has one loft bedroom with painted white floorboards. The hall stairs and landings feature wood panelling. The house is a mix of Victorian splendour and bright Scandinavian design with lots of moody grey accents and Scandi/ French styling details. It has tall ceiling heights of approximately 2.8 metres and good natural light levels. The front exterior of the house is rendered and painted off white, with a traditional black and white tiled path. The back garden has a stone patio area, leading to a rustic brick courtyard with lots of zinc planters, with mainly mediterranean style planting in greens and whites with climbing white roses.