Whitestone House, Hampstead Heath
Whitestone House, Hampstead Heath | Residential Photographer UK
This elegant late Regency mansion was redesigned in the 1930s under the direction of Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, the renowned architect of Portmeirion. It has recently been beautifully restored and modernised by its current owners, the interior seamlessly fusing classic elegance with modern design.
Artists and writers have always been drawn to Whitestone House’s unique position. John Constable painted from a studio in the garden drawing inspiration from the rolling acres of the Heath. The house was also the home of Victorian novelist, Beatrice Harraden (1864-1936) and Henry Mark Anthony (1823-1886) painter and a friend of the Rossettis. He was regarded as a foremost landscape artist drawing from nature on a grand scale.
The house has been sympathetically remodeled with a basement pool, sauna and steam room. Kitchens and bathrooms have all been refinished with quality materials. Extensive use has been made of Armourcoat polished plaster throughout the property. Artisan craftsmen have applied the finish by hand including a relief dado textured band around the rooms. This gloss polished finish can be seen clearly in the images of the luxury bathrooms.
Client Whitestone House pool, Hampstead Heath
Date 19 Jul 2007
Categories Interior Photography, Residential Photographer
Interior Photography of Oulton Hall Hotel, Leeds 03 May, 2017 Leisure Interiors Lifestyle Five star luxury at Oulton Hall Hotel, Leeds Oulton Hall was built as a farmhouse in 1750. The house and estate were enlarged and developed in 1818 when a lake and lodge house...read more
MAKO Derivatives, Broadgate Quarter, London 18 March, 2017 Commercial Architecture Interiors Mako Derivatives create aspirational offices Mako Derivatives occupy key spaces within the Broadgate Quarter development, Appold Street, London, EC2A. The usual multi-screen...read more
Get In Touch
Please leave your name and email below along with what you are looking for in the message box. Or you can call us on 0118 989 3749 and 07910 168536