De Beauvoir Cottage
De Beauvoir Cottage, De Beauvoir
Renovated 1890’s cottage in North London.
Highlights include the double height bathroom with exposed brick and bateau tub and the extended open plan kitchen with exposed beams, concrete floors, log burner and our bespoke kitchen design incorporating Terrazzo and reclaimed parquet worktops.
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