A stone's throw from the panoply of Portobello Road, this first-floor home is intriguing on both sides of the front door. Step through it and you'll find the sitting room which has a front-facing bay window to your left. Period sketches and paintings hang on the white walls, and grouped around a book-piled ottoman are a cluster of sofas and armchairs. In the kitchen, straight ahead, a lobster looks over a dining table for six, and glass doors lead you out to the decked terrace.
To the right of the entrance hall you'll find the double bedroom, which has a matching mint bedstead and curtains. There's another view of Portobello Road through the bay window, and next door, colourful seashells accessorise the bathroom. In the master bedroom, next on the right, you'll see a light-blue bedstead and more vintage artwork. Double doors lead out to the terrace, and the ensuite has a collection of seashells and photographs.