Kenmont Gardens Church Conversion

Formerly a 19th-century church, the Kenmont Gardens is a bright, spacious home in London's Kensal Green. The previous central hall now holds the main living area, where the structure's dramatic arches are the backbone of the space. Its soaring walls and ceiling are washed in white, creating an airy atmosphere, while the Gothic-style glazing floods the interior with natural light. Throughout the 6,000 square foot dwelling, period details like stained glass windows maintain the chapel's' historic character and blend harmoniously with modern finishes, including blackened oak-parquet flooring, a custom kitchen, and contemporary furnishings. blackened oak parquet flooring is currently on the market and listed by The Modern House.

Photos: The Modern House

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