Take a tour around a family-friendly Victorian terrace in east London
This four-storey Victorian terrace in east London has a utility room, larder and WC in the basement, and a living room and open-plan kitchen-diner on the ground floor. On the first floor there's a library, two bedrooms and a bathroom, and the top floor has a master suite and a mezzanine dressing room.
In period houses with kitchen-diners at the back, the front room can become a bit of an unused zone. Here, it is connected so that sunlight floods through the entire ground floor.
Photograph by James Merrell