|10||8||6||3 bedrooms, living room, dining area, general purposes room, integral garage|
On the mews side, there is an integral garage which takes up some of the ground floor of the house. Next to the garage, there is a separate entrance off the mews, and a study on the other side of that. At the back, is a bedroom and a combined shower room and WC.
The piece de resistance is the living room which is double height and has floor-to-ceiling windows onto the garden. There is also a garden door, so that the privileged inhabitants can stroll in the garden. On the first floor, there is a gallery round the double height living room, which contains a dining area, kitchen, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a separate WC.
Above that, there is access to a roof terrace. The roof terrace is quite small and is placed next to what looks like a brick garden shed larger than the terrace itself. But these terraces are much-used in the Summer, even thought they are overlooked by people going up the steps to Defoe House, or standing on the podium there. But it is a small price to pay and it’s a sure bet that other residents are overlooking them with envy. They also have window boxes on the mews side.