Close to the cafes and museums of South Kensington, this mews home is fresh and laidback. The front door leads from a cobbled lane into a contemporary living area, with the sitting room on the right and the kitchen straight ahead. There's room for four along the dining table's green banquette, opposite a grey corner sofa and a floor-to-ceiling shelving unit filled with books, pictures and wooden ducks. Exposed brickwork complements white metro tiles, and on the right, a staircase leads up to the next floor.
Straight ahead, the bathroom is tiled in neutral grey, and clockwise to the right you'll find the master bedroom, which has a double bed and bare ceiling beams. There's also a Juliet balcony, out through a black-curtained glass door. Right once more, you'll come to the second bedroom, which has a world map above a rather smart double bed.