A double-fronted Victorian house on three levels in east London. On the lower ground floor there is a kitchen, dining room, utility room, bedroom and wet room. On the ground floor there is a living room, study, bedroom and WC. On the first floor sit four bedrooms and the main bathroom.
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There’s no denying this home is the stuff of fantastical festive grottoes, with its smorgasbord of ‘what-on-earth!’ oddities at every turn. And guests can’t help but feel they’ve walked into some captivating, otherworldly kingdom – Narnia meets Miss Havisham meets The Natural History Museum. To be honest, it’s hard not to gawp. Waiting inside is a unicorn, more than one angel, a lioness, hundreds of butterflies and even a human skeleton.
THE LIVING ROOM
The living room (above and below) is full of grand gestures, from the sprawling bespoke sofa to the praying angel and imposing convex railway station mirrors. Winter flowers and crackling fires make this home feel cosy during darker months.