Herbert Crescent

Herbert Crescent

Herbert Crescent

After a total refurbishment by leading architects, Tim Flynn Architects, this 8-storey town house is arguably one of London’s finest residences. British stone was used throughout the house including each step and rise of the 169 step circular staircase.

The main bathroom used the very rare Ball Eye Blue creating a sublime and restful space, whilst another had a basin carved from a solid block of Ashburton which was offset by a complementary stone floor and wall panels. The wine cellar incorporated Hopton whilst fireplaces used Mendip.

Only the finest designers and products were used to create this magnificent home.

Stone: Ashburton, Ball Eye Blue,
Hopton Wood, Mendip
Architect: Tim Flynn Architects

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