St. Stephen's Gardens III has a cosmopolitan character. The hosts like travelling, and have filled their home with a lifetime's worth of finds. A North African tapestry adds colour to the master bedroom, to the right of the entrance hallway. It's contemporary, with a plush carpet and tall mint-toned curtains, and there's a traditionally English look to the ensuite, where avian artwork hangs on a yellow-and-green grey striped wall. The wallpaper is even jazzier in the toilet room, along the hallway and right.
Follow the hallway further for the open-plan kitchen, which has deep-blue cupboards and a rustic dining table for eight. It leads through to the sitting room, a well-proportioned space with a skylight and white wooden flooring. African drums serve as side tables, exotic cushions sit on vintage family furniture, and the shelves are stacked with a world of books. Out through glass doors, the garden is split-levelled and shaded by trees.