For sale: Little Venice sub-station conversion by Wimbledon Centre Court architect
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Built circa 1929 by the respected Scottish architect, Charles Stanley Peach is this exceptional five bedroom family home.
Stanley Peach originally trained to be a doctor but started his own architectural practice in 1884.
His most famous building is Centre Court at Wimbledon but he also built several Art Deco apartment blocks.
The architect was also known for building electricity sub-stations and the Red Brick House has been converted from this function to form a 6,000 sq ft home.
The property is arranged over three floors and has been meticulously refurbished throughout.
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It now boasts the height of luxury interiors with a home cinema, private gym and swimming pool but the most remarkable feature remains its unusual architecture.
The house is set back from the road with off street parking, landscaped garden and a separate three bedroom mews house.
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The Red Brick House
Little Venice, W9
020 7586 2777