Introducing Lola, a unique contemporary Victorian home in Manchester.
The ground floor features an open-plan living/dining space with an exposed brick chimney breast and log burner, white-washed wooden floors, bay window with shutters, and a contrasting dark wood dining table. Through the arched doorway, the kitchen stands out as the pièce de résistance, boasting a large wooden-topped kitchen island, textured concrete flooring, two fantastic chandeliers, and a modern yet rustic charm.
The cleverly configured layout creates an open-plan but zoned atmosphere, with the living/dining space and kitchen separated by a partition wall around the fireplace, incorporating a tall window ideal for product shots. The wall extends to reveal an open-plan seating area overlooking the garden through sliding doors. The garden includes a spacious patio and a stylish outdoor kitchen with a BBQ and sink.
The master suite continues the rustic yet minimalistic bright theme from downstairs. A dressing room area leads to built-in walk-in wardrobes and a seating area with a large ornate mirror. The bedroom space, separated by a large opening, features a wood-paneled back wall, a four-poster bed, and another exposed brick fireplace. Natural light fills the room through the sash window, accentuating the large fiddle leaf fig in the corner. The master bathroom is a perfect setting for health and beauty shoots, showcasing a freestanding roll-top silver tub.
Additionally, there is a charming spare bedroom decorated in a minimalistic white tone, complete with a jolst beam and a small chandelier.