In the majestic borough of Islington, we are currently restoring a run-down Georgian mid-terraced property set within the Colebrooke Row/ Duncan Terrace conservation area. This four-storey building has been redesigned by our dedicated team and will be fully refurbished.
Our team is now putting its effort on renovating this lovely Georgian mid-terraced house located in the heart of Islington. The property will be updated with new electric and plumbing schemes as well as with the underfloor heating. The house will comprise three bedrooms, two bathrooms, one guest WC, dining room, kitchen with a breakfast area, utility rooms, a study room and a cinema room. The garden area will be also redesigned and will have an electronic hot tub.
Combining modern and old elements
Our dedicated design team has redesigned this house to achieve the eclectic style, combining modern and traditional elements. While the strip out, we’ve secured the rosettes, decorative covings and architraves which will be firstly restored and then reused in keeping with the property’s heritage. Not only this marvelous house will be beautifully decorated, it will be also complemented with the two gas fireplaces, a smart sound system, and a steam room.
This property is located in the heart of Islington, Greater London. The borough is doing really great on a housing market, where the property price range varies from £260,000 to £3,250,000. Islington is rich in elegant Georgian and Victorian squares and terraces in conservation areas such as Barnsbury and Canonbury. Many of those are listed. According to Financial Times ‘Period architecture is found cheek by jowl with new developments. The residential tower blocks Lexicon and Canaletto, both due for completion next year, already soar above City Road. Both structures back on to Georgian and Victorian terraces, Regent’s Canal and offbeat old pubs such as the Island Queen and the Narrow Boat, contrasting sharply with the area’s generally low-built environment.’ That may explain why Islington is wooing buyers from Central London.
To view more pictures from our Islington project, go to visit our ‘Current projects’ section.