A double height top-lit void space links the ground floor kitchen dining room to the reception room above. The ground floor bedrooms are set back from the façade and open onto a covered outdoor terrace; the second floor bedrooms open onto a corresponding high level terrace taking full advantage of expansive perspectives over the skyline to the north east.
Finished with smooth natural render and dark grey windows, the house has a strong robust aesthetic that contrasts with the late Edwardian style terrace. There is a history of modern houses built in Highgate, both before and after the Second World War. The Modernist detailing and design of Holm House sits within this context.”
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