Trevaylor Family Home

Queens Park

Trevaylor Family Home

Trevaylor Family Home, Queens Park

End terraced house with large side access to a substantial garden (approx 50 meters long) 1/3 decked, 2/3 maturely landscaped. The downstairs has two spacious rooms: a large dark floorboarded  living room and kitchen breakfast room with a poured concrete floor that overlooks the garden through aluminum bifold doors that open completely to the width of the house.     The proportions of the house makes it easy to fit considerable cast and crew.  The house has good natural light.  It has access inside from the front door, utility room door and via the biofolds at the back.  The side access is wide so easy to carry large equipment down.  There’s a neutral palette throughout making it easy for a stylist to create any look needed (and I’m currently not precious about changes!) It has 4 toilets.  The upstairs has 5 rooms so there’s lots of space for green rooms etc.

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