Refurbished and expanded by award-winning London firm Fraher Architects, this heritage, Central London terrace house is on the market.

Located on Roupell Street—a Georgian enclave in London’s Waterloo district that has miraculously escaped the radical modernization brought on by urban development—this two-bedroom house in a two-story, heritage-listed building had been vacant for more than 10 years before London studio Fraher Architects turned it into a bright, modern home.

Roupell Street is in a conservation area of modest, brick terrace houses  in London that was first developed by John Palmer Roupell in the 1820s.

Roupell Street is in a conservation area of modest, brick terrace houses  in London that was first developed by John Palmer Roupell in the 1820s.

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The house is equipped with Nest systems, and has a charging dock for electric cars in the garden.

The house is equipped with Nest systems, and has a charging dock for electric cars in the garden.

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Part of a 1820s Georgian brick terrace house, the 1,507-square-foot home received an extension with a sloping, mono-pitched glass roof to create a new, solarium-like dining area that connects to the garden patio. 

The kitchen and dining areas have parquet floors. Large, pivoting glazed doors open to the paved garden.

The kitchen and dining areas have parquet floors. Large, pivoting glazed doors open to the paved garden.

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See the full story on Dwell.com: A Gorgeous Georgian-Era Dwelling in London Asks $2.2M

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