Wildernesse House, Edgware
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Wildernesse House is a Grade II listed building created in the Victorian Gothic style. Once an Abbey, its original features have been sympathetically retained in a stunning conversion that celebrates architectural history while also introducing modern-day luxuries and style. Owners of these homes will revel in the scale and the details of their environment, while also enjoying many creature comforts and the security of being within a gated development. There are four elegant and spacious properties to choose from, each one absolutely unique.
Set within quiet surroundings, Wildernesse House is a visual treat. Brick, stone, wood and glass combine to produce a wealth of enviable architectural features, including high arches, circular and arrow slit windows, grand entrances and ceilings and a bell tower. The high number of windows, many of them reaching over three meters high, ensures light streams into these properties.
The Cloisters is a three-bedroom property that extends across the ground floor. All three bedrooms overlook the garden, with two also enjoying garden access via characterful glass doors that align with the dimensions of the windows. Bedrooms two and three share a Jack and Jill bathroom, while the master bedroom has an en suite. The stunning wide window and high arched ceiling of the reception area is mirrored by the complementary materials in the kitchen.
Curved and straight, and old and new come together brilliantly in the corner kitchen of The Cloisters. The stone pillars in this spacious, open plan living and dining area lead the eye up to the light brickwork arches, while darker bricks draw attention to alcove areas within the kitchen itself. The variety of shapes contained within the oversized window add extra character to this truly unique space.
The entrance to this property is truly unique, with its stunning original door and stepped brickwork. The wonderful patterned window of The Cloisters is topped with a magnificent brickwork dome that adds further light and space to the living and dining area. Occasional lines of brickwork are retained in their original red colour to create extra decorative details and draw attention to smaller side windows.
A short walk will take you to the middle of Edgware and its underground station, which is served by the Nothern Line. Major high street brands are housed in The Broadwalk Centre, while your taste buds will be satisfied with an eclectic mix of eateries nearby. Choose from quirky tea rooms and a dedicated sushi restaurant, as well as gastro and good old London pubs.