110 Goldhawk Road, London

Built in the 1870s, this is an older example of a ‘mini house urban infill’. The house has 4 bedrooms on 94m2, split over five levels. It’s built in the gap between an older residential building and a shop.

The main living space is in the basement level with direct access to the garden. Lots of storage on the ground floor with private spaces on the upper floors.

The narrow floor plan and the many levels make the circulation space around the stairs the building’s key element. The second floor is dedicated purely to bathroom facilities.


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