João Botelho's Iconic London Home Is Up For Sale

His Victorian end-of-terrace dates back to 1890 and is packed with drama...

The striking home of João Botelho has just come on to the market. Aside from gracing the pages of Livingetc magazine (you can tour his home here), he also welcomed us into his home earlier this year via this House Tours Open Door video chat with our editor Sarah Spiteri – so it's safe to say that his dramatic home is one that we simply can't get enough of.

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João tells "Graham Road is a uniquely-magical home designed to perfection where we lived happily for 16 years. Managing such a large property as well as our business ins’t an easy task so we decided it was time for a fresh start and experience something new. We will miss Graham Road dearly but we are equally excited for our next journey."

Featuring statement lighting, a moody colour palette, a dramatic black kitchen, a Tuscan-inspired patio garden and one of the coolest bathrooms we've ever seen, this is one seriously stylish and elegant home.

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The end of terrace Victorian house was built in 1890 and has been meticulously renovated and architecturally and interior designed by WPG Architects and João Botelho, Founder of Casa Botelho.

On the market with Hamptons for a cool £4 million, the Hackney home spans over 3,000 square feet, and is spread over four floors. The raised ground floor is home to the open plan kitchen and dining space which blends period features and contemporary design.

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Sash windows have been reinstalled and triple glazed, a theme that continues throughout, and there is ornate cornicing and two marble fireplaces.

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The home is beautifully lit by lighting fromJohn Cullen and Buster and Punch, while mirrors are from Abigail Hearn and the chandeliers date back to the 1930s and were imported from Belgium.

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The bespoke kitchen features 3 metre tall French doors that open out onto the landscaped Tuscan inspired garden, complete with summer house and built-in BBQ for al fresco dining.

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Upstairs there are two guest bedrooms...

... But the master suite takes centre stage.

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An impressive Timothy Oulton Chandelier hangs over a B & B Italia bed, and the adjoining terrace offers striking views.

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The indulgent en suite features a Porcelanosa bath, Vola taps, Japanese toilet, a walk-in shower and another Louis XV marble fire place.

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The bathroom leads to a custom-made walk-in wardrobe.

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The five bedroom, three bathroom East London home also comes with a summer house and a separate two bedroom flat with own entrance – ideal for buyers who want to keep teenaged children or elderly parents close by. The two bedroom flat on the lower ground is accessed via a separate entrance and provides an ideal rental option.

João's gorgeous home is for sale through Hamptons.

Lotte Brouwer

Lotte is the Digital Editor for Livingetc, and has been with the website since its launch. She has a background in online journalism and writing for SEO, with previous editor roles at Good Living, Good Housekeeping, Country & Townhouse, and BBC Good Food among others, as well as her own successful interiors blog. When she's not busy writing or tracking analytics, she's doing up houses, two of which have features in interior design magazines. She's just finished doing up her house in Wimbledon, and is eyeing up Bath for her next project.