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AAVA

AAVA

London, United Kingdom

AAVA - 49 Langton Way

AAVA

Two 4/5 bed, 270+ sq/m family dwellings.

Entrance

Entrance 



Living l Dining area

Living l Dining area 



Garden at night

Garden at night 



Basement Plan

Basement Plan 



First Floor Plan

First Floor Plan 



The accommodation comprises 5 bedrooms, 3 with en-suites and dressing areas. The entertaining, dining and kitchen areas are all open plan and lead out to a double-height space connecting the living are in the ground floor directly. The house is located in the area of Greenwich, specifically on Langton Way - a private road.

Traditional materials have been used such as water-struck brick and stone detailing. Modest use of a contrasting timber seeks to compliment the context
of Langton Way whilst the crisp detailing and elevations ensure it is of
it’s time.