Seven floors up, Newton Street has roof-top views across the city (see if you can spot Big Ben's spire). An elevator takes you up to the front door which opens into a long hallway. The master bedroom, first on the left, has framed art above the king bed and wooden window shutters. The sitting room is next door where you'll find a leather sofa and a black armchair along one side, and a round dining table with seating for two and a TV tucked in the corner near the glass door that leads out to the balcony.
The galley kitchen is at the end of the hallway, past the compact bathroom. On one side it has eye-catching hues (yellow walls and multi-coloured tiles), and on the other, impressive views of London.