The brainchild of the award winning Kingsmead Homes and Hogarth Homes together with the talented and visionary team at Hogarth Architects, 58 Rylston Road is the second of the two striking and totally individual self-contained apartments both situated in a corner position adjoining a beautiful Grade II listed Pugin designed Church in north Fulham.
Whilst both of these incredible split-level apartments boast their own uniqueness, meticulous planning and distinctive modern design seamlessly unite them within this fine Victorian building.
Both apartments have their own front doors entering into the ground floors. The upper apartment (115 Estcourt Road) has a staircase leading up to the hallway while the lower apartment (58 Rylson Road) enters straight into the hallway.
To the front of 58 ‘s ground floor is the master suite. Including a huge main frosted glass front window with an architectural rainbow infinity light set inside making for a watercolour canvass effect when on after dark and a stunning polished concrete master ensuite shower room.
The second double bedroom sits at the back of the ground floor alongside the meticulously designed main bathroom including a high level window with views of the Pugin Church and a deep, square Jacuzzi bath.
115’s lower bedroom set-up is of the same incredible layout and finish with the only difference being a more traditional window set up in the master bedroom making the bedroom slightly larger and the addition of a useful smaller third bedroom/study. The bathroom too is much the same impeccable design with higher ceilings and an architectural glazed corner window instead of the higher level one downstairs that frames the Church spire view from the deep tub.
The reception spaces are up in the upper apartment and down in the lower respectively.
58’s staircase down, much like the rest of the space, has a white poured resin floor, with frameless glass making the view of the huge, warehouse-like open living room/kitchen area immediate while 115’s plywood and steel banded stair detail is also unique and impressive.
Both of the awesome living accommodations have been designed impeccably to provide the most incredible space for both dining and entertaining, there can’t be many better. Light pours in via the visually breathtaking front and rear light wells in 58 and through the dual aspect windows in 115.
Features include eco-alcohol fuel fires built into the sleek, low-level storage with slate surface that lines the west-walls, an i-Phone compatible RAKO programmable lighting installation and exposed brick style clad wall and exposed beams that add to the feeling of modern industrial living.
The kitchen areas have stunning reconditioned Bulthaup fitted units and large islands with a full range of integrated appliances and fantastic, wide cooking area.
58 has the added bonus of having hidden away in the ‘vaults’ just off the kitchen space, a particularly useful utility area, perfect for keeping unwanted mess and washing separate to the kitchen.
Outside space is well catered for in both, 115 has a roof terrace with an insane view of the Church while 58 has a private rear garden space sitting behind the bi-fold doors making for an ideal extension to the internal entertaining space.
Both apartments have the benefit of residents parking permit availability and being situated on the corner position of Rylston Road and Estcourt Road, SW6. A short walk from both pretty Parsons Green and bustling Fulham Broadway.
Kingsmead Homes was established as a private partnership in 1992 primarily to develop stylish, quality homes in Central London and the affluent counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Surrey. Previous awards have been made for both conservation and conversion projects.
Hogarth Homes and Hogarth Architects Ltd create inspired contemporary homes ranging from multi-million pound city homes to stylish country retreats that elegantly fulfil the client’s requirements and reflect their lifestyle. The essence of every Hogarth design is to view the home as a sanctuary with the whole design concept shaped around the client’s specific needs.
Their creativity, professionalism and discretion have generated a loyal following amongst a wide number of high-profile clients and their work has been showcased on Grand Designs.