23rd February 2018
Located in St. Peter’s square conservation area and adjacent to Ravenscourt Park, take the chance to explore the entire expanse of the show home in the digital space – via the following link.
Each of the white stucco fronted properties feature four bedrooms and an outstanding contemporary design, with three outdoor spaces, Juliet balconies and direct access underground parking.
Internally, the open plan ground floor forms the heart of the home, incorporating a flexible kitchen/living/dining space – reflective of the way we socialise and entertain today.
A striking bespoke open-plan kitchen supplied by the award-winning Metris kitchen range with a curved peninsula design, features integrated Siemens appliances and feature glass splashbacks.
There are four large bedrooms spread across the first, second and third floors. High ceilings, not usually associated with a new-build house of this type and wider than average hallways throughout, maximise the space that connects them. Luxuriously appointed bathrooms, with Hansgrohe fittings and his and her’s Duravit basins, create ideal spaces for hotel-style relaxation at home for the entire family.
Built and specified to the highest of standards, the properties boast the latest features including White Oak flooring, RAKO mood lighting and a Sonos-friendly multi-room audio system, allowing the user to create their own atmosphere. This specification complements the interior design and furnishings of the show home, provided by Suna Interior Design.
The houses enjoy no less than three generous outdoor spaces, including a garden terrace on the first floor, a terrace accessed via the master bedroom and a large roof terrace with outstanding views across London. Private parking is accessed via a car lift with direct access from the underground car park up into the houses themselves, providing a level of convenience not usually associated with centrally located townhouses.
Mani Khiroya, Managing Director of Fruition Properties, comments “Merchant Terrace provides an opportunity for buyers to enjoy the spacious proportions and aesthetic of a traditional London townhouse, with the benefits of a contemporary property built with a bespoke approach to layout and design. The inclusion of direct access underground parking, high ceilings, wider than average hallways plus three outdoor spaces for each home, is reflective of our understanding of what buyers are looking for but rarely find in a terraced family home.”
The development has been awarded a ‘Best House’ accolade at the WhatHouse? Awards 2016 and won in the ‘Best Family Home’ category at the high coveted Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2017. For further information on the remaining two houses and to make an enquiry please see the developments section of our website.