BOSCOBEL PLACE, LONDON
No garden outdoors? How about creating one indoors? This was the solution at a newly renovated three-storey mews house in Belgravia. A winter garden was installed on the top floor, forming part of a master suite that occupies the whole floor. The garden, with a retractable glass roof that means it effectively becomes a walled garden on warm days, links the master bedroom with its ensuite bathroom. There’s also a dressing room.
The bathroom and bedroom have sliding floorto-ceiling glazing, so occupants can open up all three spaces to form one free-flowing expanse, or close them, still being able to enjoy the view of the winter garden and the light coming in through the glass roof. On sale through Knight Frank for £8.5 million, the freehold house has four bedrooms and two reception rooms.
CITY CHIC From top: Boscobel Place is a threestorey mews house in Belgravia; the top floor is taken up by a master suite and a winter garden