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I interrupt Jo's week of real estate stalking....

...coincidentally to bring you some more real estate stalking! :-) Have no fear, this time I'm taking you to the UK. I was having a looksie around the properties offered by Savills UK (I find UK homes so fascinating - such creative architecture and interior design) and came across a few that caught my eye.

This first property is located in Sion Hill, near Bath (one of three UK World Heritage Cities). It's a modern home built in 1985 that has undergone a recent transformation by current owners. The exterior is clad in dark vm-zinc, and I love the look so I am taking note as I am always on the hunt for intriguing exterior housing materials for my future home. All the living areas have solid American white oak floors with polished concrete in the kitchen/utility with under floor heating - YES! I really love this home - inside and out. I think it could use a bit of warming up with the furnishings but WOW what I could do with these spaces!! Details here. (A peek at another home after the jump)

Now for that little peek at another I mentioned. It's a cute (but pretty spacious at 1504 sq ft and 100 sq ft of terrace) and recently refurbished ground and first floor maisonette with private entrance, located behind Bryanston Square. I think it's charming, and I am smitten with the kitchen (love the idea of wall spotlights all around to light up the entire work surface) and outdoor terrace that I would spend SO much time enjoying. Details here - OOPS it's now sold!.

Reader Comments (2)

There can never be too much real estate stalking :-)

14 Dec 2012 | Unregistered CommenterVe

Really love the lighting that was used in the second home, especially in the kitchen. Very minimalist, yet sparkly !!

6 Aug 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBarbLed

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