Brickfields is the signature development of visionary London interior design, build and architecture firm, Living in Space. Inspired by the sites historic use as a brickmakers, the property utilises a striking combination of tessellated red brick and large panes of glass, particularly across the linear north and south wings of the scheme. This light and airy design means that residents of Brickfields enjoy extraordinary views across the surrounding countryside, while only minutes from the town centre of Radlett. Video Tour:
Renowned for creating home environments that are tailored to the needs of its clients, Living in Space makes use of a skilled design team to create beautiful bespoke homes. From concept to completion, Living in Space has built a reputation for exceptional design in some of London's most prestigious locations and Brickfields, its latest project, is nothing less than extraordinary.
Bespoke interiors: Brickfields has been interior designed to make the most of the space and light available, and to offer you and your family the ultimate work-life balance, with an indoor swimming pool complex, cinema, gym and lavish roof terrace with outdoor hot tub. On the ground floor of the north and south wings of the property is the extensive open plan kitchen, designed by Lauren Nicholas. Beautifully finished in tranché oak and composite stone, it features A+ rated appliances including an integrated wine cooler, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and double sink. The ground floor also houses an open-plan dining and living area and a formal lounge, which has direct access to the garden. On the first floor, the north and south wings each feature two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and an additional study in the south wing. Both north and south are linked by a striking enclosed glass walkway, which allows for direct access to the roof terrace, its adjacent drinks bar and the hot tub. The generously sized terrace is accessible from both sides of the property and offers uninterrupted views of the breathtaking surroundings.
The Kiln: The kiln is the homes most striking design element and houses the master bedroom suite, a living room and the cinema. The master bedroom demonstrates meticulous design and features a curved wall of windows to make the most of the incredible views. A walk-in wardrobe, dressing room and en-suite bathroom with exquisite fixtures and fittings completes the suite. The kiln provides private access to the ground and basement levels via a curved staircase, directly from the master suite. The ground floor includes a luxurious living room while the basement level features the state-of-the-art cinema room with bar and wine cellar. From here, there is direct access to the basement level of the north and south wings, which houses the heated swimming pool complex with changing room, steam room and gym. There is also a sixth en-suite bedroom.
Designed for living: Sustainability has been a key factor in Brickfields design and as a result, the property has been awarded Code for Sustainable Homes Level 5. At approximately 8,000 sq ft and featuring six bedrooms, six bathrooms and numerous recreational facilities, Brickfields sustainable design means that the property is essentially self-sufficient, resulting in minimal annual running costs, estimated to be 20% of what would be expected.
With meticulous attention to detail, every area of the property has been designed to be functional, whilst using finishes and fixtures of the highest specification. This includes the home audio system, which functions throughout the house and can be altered and adjusted from the homeowners mobile phone or iPad. CCTV camera footage can be viewed on televisions throughout the house, allowing the discerning homeowner to view the propertys surrounding area at the touch of a button, whilst the property itself, along with a double garage and three further visitor parking spaces, is set behind electric gates.
Brickfields has been carefully orientated to make the most of the warmth and light from the sun. Large windows ensure good levels of daylight improving the health and wellbeing of occupants.
This home has a highly insulated roof, walls and floors with bespoke low heat loss windows, keeping the house warm in winter and reducing heating bills.
A ground source heat pump (gshp) system has been installed to provide a low carbon method of heating. Ground source heat pumps use a small portion of electricity to extract heat from the ground and turn it into a larger portion of heat for heating systems and hot water.
Photovoltaic solar panels have been mounted on the roof and will generate a portion of the homes electricity. This will lower the dependency of the home on grid electricity, lowering energy bills. Excess electricity generate by the solar panels can be sold back to the grid through a Feed-In-Tariff and could also provide a small income for the occupant.
The building meets the Code for Sustainable Homes Level 5 and provides a 100% reduction in CO2 emissions as per the Governments definition of Zero Carbon. This means that the CO2 emissions from space heating, hot water, ventilation and lighting is offset through the installation of solar panels and ground source heat pumps.
Rainwater is collected from the roof to be stored in an underground tank, then cleaned ready for use in the washing machine and WCs.
Where possible, building materials have been responsibly sourced to reduce their impact on the environment.
Space for a home office has been included to reduce reliance on commuting.
Secure cycle storage has been provided.
The landscaped garden has been designed to improve and support local biodiversity.
10 year Premier build warranty
Code for Sustainable Homes Level 5
Solid floors and walls
Highly insulated double glazing with minimal frames on all doors and windows
Comfort cooling to principal rooms with individual room thermostats
Smoke alarms in the hall and landings
Heat alarm in the kitchen
Underfloor heating in all rooms
Video entry handset
CCTV security cameras
nacoss approved alarm system
Tm Italia kitchen furniture finished in white matt lacquer by Lauren Nicholas
Bespoke composite stone sink and drainer to match work surface
Tranché Oak and composite stone work surface by StoneItaliana
Gaggenau integrated oven, steam oven and warming drawer
Siemens integrated induction hob, fridge and freezer
Bespoke flush fitted ceiling extractor by Lauren Nicholas
Quooker fusion tap with filtered boiling water facility
Abode brushed chrome rinsing spray
Insinkerator waste disposal
Miele integrated dishwasher
Miele wine storage
Porcelain floor tiles
Separate freestanding Siemens washing machine and tumble dryer
Soft closing cabinetry by Living in Space
Porcelain floor tiles
Wardrobes consisting of textured carcasses with matt spray lacquer and soft closing doors with brushed stainless steel ironmongery
Satine carpet in all the bedrooms
Carpet and wood floors in the Master Suite
Victoria + Albert limestone baths and bespoke Corlan basin vanity units in the principal rooms
Grohe Linear and Hansgrohe Axor Citterio taps and flush ceiling shower heads
Bespoke Italian glass basins with lacquered glass vanity units
Duravit white wall hung WCs with soft closing seats
Polished stainless steel towel rails
Seamless wet floor walk-in shower with toughened, anti-limescale, easy clean, frameless glass partition
Baths with tiled side panels
Tiled alcoves with LED lighting
Selection of Italian porcelain floor and wall tile finishes with feature niches
Porcelain floor tiles on the ground floor
Wood flooring on the first floor
Movement sensitive lighting
LED directional downlights
Grey Oak engineered timber wood flooring
Classic Line Theatre Curve 110 inch screen by Screen Research
Cylinder cupboard housing a hot water cylinder
av cupboard housing av rack with shelving
Cylinder cupboard housing a hot water cylinder
av cupboard housing av rack with shelving
External feature lighting
Double power sockets
Wood decking with glass balustrades
Secure cycle storage
Provision for multi-room audio via discreet in-ceiling speakers
Multi-scene lighting control system with brushed stainless steel, screwless, flush mounted keypads
Central satellite system connected to an av cupboard
BT telephone connection with points to all of the bedrooms, lounge and kitchen
Full TV / Sky Plus multi-room wiring system linking to a central TV aerial and satellite dish for digital and terrestrial channels
Brushed stainless steel light switches, sockets and dimmers.
Up to one acre of extra land opposite the house is available for purchase. This could be utilised for helipad or stabling, subject to the necessary planning consent.
To complement the interiors, Brickfields exterior boasts a landscaping plan that is contemporary, but in keeping with the space and its surroundings. Perfectly suited for entertaining, the garden can be accessed directly from the internal living spaces, and includes a dedicated barbecue area.
Additional entertaining space can be found on the propertys roof terrace, which features a hot tub and offers views over the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside.
Brickfields embodies modern design while exuding warmth and character. While aesthetics are clearly of importance, form and functionality are the key to this unique home. Not surprisingly, the completed project will be put forward for several design awards.
Brickfields offers the perfect compromise for those who want to live in the countryside, yet need to commute into Central London, with easy access of Radlett train station offering fast services into St Pancras.
International. It is just a few miles from the M1 and M25, providing access to Londons motorway network and the major airports.
Road: M1 (Junction 5) 2.5 miles, M25 (Junction 22) 4 miles, Watford Shopping Centres 5.5 miles, Brent Cross Shopping Centre 10.5 miles, Luton Airport (via M1) 17.5 miles, Heathrow Airport (via M25/M4) 24.5 miles, Stansted Airport (via M25) 41 miles.
Rail: Radlett Station (First Capital Connect), St Pancras International 29 mins, (for Eurostar services to Europe) Luton 28 mins, all times and distances are approximate.
Radlett itself has expanded significantly in recent years into a thriving independent and affluent location, offering extensive local shopping facilities, cafés, restaurants and cultural activities.
The area is ideal for young families being home to some of the highest regarded schools in the country including Aldenham, Haberdashers Askes Boys and Girls, North London Collegiate and St Albans.
Leisure and culture are well catered for with The Radlett Centre, an excellent venue boasting a 300 seat auditorium, which hosts a variety of plays, musicals and concerts.
For sports fans Radlett Cricket Club and Radlett Lawn Tennis & Squash Club are within walking distance, and several local golf clubs including Porters Park and Elstree are nearby. Patchetts Equestrian Centre, the popular Battlers Green Farm Shopping Village and Elstree Private Aerodrome are a few minutes away by car.
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