This Bayswater home marries period detail with contemporary cool. You enter on the first floor, into a hallway that leads first to the sitting room. It's a striking space, with high, corniced ceilings, panelled walls and wood floors. To one side there's a sitting area, where two clean-cut sofas face each other across a coffee table. The dining area is opposite, its glossy black table set with ghost chairs. Through the window at the far end here is the balcony which has topiary trees and a table for two.
Back out in the hallway, you'll come next to the black-and-white kitchen. Then further along there's a toilet room and, finally, the master bedroom. Decorated in soft, subtle colours (with one pretty painting and pink-printed drapes), it has a king-size bed and an ensuite bathroom with a roll-top bath and a shower.