So, another month has passed and that means I get to share some more beautifully inspiring homes in the UK, currently on the market with you. All different in their own way but unified in that they are apartments this month and all have fantastic style.
I’m starting off with this apartment called The Taproom old Brewery in Rochester. Part of the UK I don’t think I’ve ever visited but hear great things. Apparently Charles Dickens loves it so if it’s good enough for him ….
The Grade 1 building has been divided in to a couple of apartments and you’d be mistaken for thinking this is a converted church building judging by the high, vaulted ceilings.
They have combined several different textiles here in terms of interior design with ceramic tiles, wood, cement and elements of brass. Speaking of the tiles – I love their slight imperfection in places. It really proves here with their use of them in different rooms that you can play around with your ideas and do something really unique if you wish.
Having peeked at the floor plan, the place is much bigger than I thought it might be, certainly spacious enough for a family Edwardian in era but has been given a strong industrial feel too. They have also put in smart lighting systems so it can be changed to suit the mood and time of day.
I think they have also allowed enough scope for subtle changes by the next owner although to be honest, I think I’d be very happy with it as it is.
This places is on the market with Aucoot at £975,000.
Built in 1821 this lovely and bright, spacious 4 bedroom flat is on Fettes Row which as you can maybe see out of the window here is on a lovely Flagstone city centre Street in Edinburgh. It has been refurbished by the current owners and I really like the palettes they’ve used throughout.
They’ve cleverly added an extra cupboard in the corner there to make sure there’s lots of storage and I reckon you could probably if you chose to, add in a little island ? The blues yellow and light grey is a great combination as always.
You can’t go wrong with a butler sink epically when it’s sympathetic to the area this building was built.
This place really reminds me a flat that I lived in for many years in London. The exposed floorboards, ornate ceilings and large doorways. It gives a great sense of space. The pink they have used is very welcoming and friendly.
It’s for sale with Knight Frank for offers in excess of £675,000.
I was immediately intrigued by this warehouse home from the outside and communal gardens, I couldn’t wait to have a little look inside. Situated in Gattis Wharf, just across the water from Kings Cross and Granny Square. Originally in the late 19th Century, used to store tonnes of ice. Let’s move indoors ….
With lots of original features intact. Utilsing space by adding a mezzanine level for sleeping and working.
One of the big bonuses of having a loft bedroom is you will often get some of the best views. I’m sure that this will be no different given it’s location.
Underneath is a cool nook in the large reception area, for chilling and listing to music. The shapes in the wood adds a splash of originality and creativity and will leave extra piece of history for the next owner. Downstairs also has a kitchen and bathroom.
I think they’ve done a great job of making it really workable and homely without trying too hard.
It’s currently for sale at £550,000 with The Modern House.
What do you think of my selection this month ?