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AAVA

AAVA

London, United Kingdom

AAVA - California House

AAVA

6 bedroom detached dwelling in London.

Master bedroom

Master bedroom 



Rear Garden

Rear Garden 



Rear patio

Rear patio 



Staircase

Staircase 



Kitchen

Kitchen 



The accommodation comprises 6 bedrooms, 4 with en-suites and dressing areas. The entertaining, dining and kitchen areas are all open plan and lead out to the beautifully manicured 70 foot landscaped garden., built over basement, ground and first floors. The house sits on the site of a former bungalow and is located in the Cator estate conservation area in Blackheath, Greenwich.

The house is clad in vertical baked pine timber strips and trimmed with anodised silver panels, a 4m long cantilevered canopy signifies the discreet entrance door. Internally a simple palette of materials is used - oak panelling and bespoke oak staircases along with light grey resin and oak flooring.

Externally the high timber fencing is continuously illuminated along its length and the gardens extensively planted with wild grasses and pleached trees.