Senses stand to attention at the very mention of Whitecross Street – a nibble away from the famous foodie market of the same name, with décor that’s every bit as flavoursome. From the cottage-like ceilings to the honey-brown floorboards, this home is young, bright and vital. Skylights baste the light blue walls, while cookery books, bunting and guitars lend charm in each airy room. Whether you fire up the roof terrace BBQ, or rest sated stomachs on the velvety corner sofa, we’re confident you’ll leave more than satisfied.
Head of the table
Your hosts moved here for the dynamic neighbourhood outside their door. When they’re not tucking in atop the roof terrace, you’ll find them glancing over the specials in one of the many cafés and restaurants nearby.
Flow across the pinewood floors, look on the pitched ceilings, or head for the characterful grey kitchen. You’ve a rustic dining table for up to six plates, while the petrol-blue wall is stacked with cookbooks and travel tomes.
Should you desire any further inspiration, simply look out beyond the warehouse windows to see the food market below. And be sure you’ve had your fill of roof terrace sunshine before following your nose to the bedrooms. The double is pastel and bright, while the master roomy, tangy and fresh.