Award-winning developer Fruition Properties has unveiled the hotly anticipated show home at Old Dairy House, a stunning boutique gated development of 16 unique homes in Kensal Rise, London W10. Dressed by Six Collective, the expansive two bedroom show apartment with a winter garden gives a taste of what life is like at the character-rich development which has been meticulously designed by POW Architects in partnership with Fruition Properties.
Old Dairy House comprises a collection of spacious and light-filled one, two and three bedroom apartments, replacing a selection of Victorian brick buildings, which have seen various uses including as a recording studio used by globally acclaimed artists U2 and Adele. There are also four high specification commercial units at the development offering a warehouse-style aesthetic.
The development exemplifies Fruition Properties’ track record in delivering exceptional homes that blend the best in design, specification and quality. Finished in attractive yellow brick, the contemporary low-rise design is one of quiet elegance where every detail has been addressed.
Perfectly blending style with function, each apartment has a considered spacious layout, providing balanced spaces to live and work, with each enjoying private outside space in the form of a balcony or terrace, as well as access to a landscaped courtyard and spacious communal roof terrace.
Inside, the contemporary specification includes underfloor heating, individually designed kitchens with integrated Bosch appliances, Silestone worktops and feature splashbacks, as well stunning bathrooms with black accent brassware and unique black stained doors.
Vibrant and creative.
Just north of Portobello Market and a short walk to Queen’s Park, Kensal Rise has emerged as one of West London’s most vibrant and creative neighbourhoods, with an alluring assortment of independent stores, bars, cafés and restaurants. The site is located close to the trendy Chamberlayne Road, which was once named the hippest street in Europe by Vogue, while also being within walking distance of a range of transport connections. This includes Queen’s Park Underground (Bakerloo line) and Overground Stations and Kensal Green Underground (Bakerloo line) and Overground Stations, providing fast access to the West End and beyond.
Mani Khiroya, Managing Director of Fruition Properties, commented: “Old Dairy House provides a unique boutique living opportunity in the heart of Kensal Rise – an area has been quietly developing over the past few years to become one of London’s most appealing districts with appetite from everyone from first time buyers to creatives, City workers, celebrities and downsizers.
“The development will create a thriving new small community here which can benefit from all that the area has to offer.”
Help to Buy.
Gabriella Ramacciotti, director at Six Collective, comments: “Our aim was to create a cool, relaxed haven with a real feel-good factor; the hit of warm yellow in the entrance and abundance of green, lush foliage gives an instant uplift.
“We wanted to capture the creative, vibrant, independent spirit of the area in a bold and characterful design. Layering relaxed, natural materials and textures alongside an eclectic mix of accessories and artwork, the interior is sophisticated and impactful but also liveable and authentic – to resonate with a buyer looking for the perfect live/work balance.”
The development is on the market through Dexters and Hamptons, with prices starting at £595,000 for a one bedroom apartment, available with Help to Buy. To find out more, please visit www.theolddairyhouse.co.uk
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