Lustworthy homes for sale in London, Somerset, Suffolk, Hertfordshire, North Yorkshire and Angus

  • By Bertie Russell
  • 23 June 2019

London SW3 £5.15m
The Victorian-era artists’ studios on Glebe Place, off the King’s Road in Chelsea, were once the scruffy workplaces of great British artists such as Walter Sickert, Francis Bacon and Winifred Nicholson. More recently, they have become the glossily converted homes of hedge funders, celebrity photographers and moneyed start-up types. Redesigned by a young couple who want to upsize, this two-storey, two-bedroom pad has voluminous living spaces, with industrial-style glazing used to create zones, a glass staircase, polished concrete floors and bespoke storage in every room — so there’s no excuse for clutter. Best of all are the three outside spaces: a ground-floor garden and a terrace off the master bedroom, with steps leading up to a roof terrace. 

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