London property for sale: The 5-bed home in a converted WW1 aircraft factory in North West London

A stunning five-bed family home built inside a World War I aircraft factory has gone on sale in North West London.

The luxury property near Willesden, in Brent, is on the market right now with an asking price of £6.5 million.

Comprising of more than 12,500 square feet of space and built with state-of-the-art sustainable tech, the home retains many features from the building’s past, with exposed brickwork, triple-height ceilings, and vaulted girder ceilings for an industrial feel.

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Starting off in the enormous garage space, there’s enough room for at least 12 cars and it retains the industrial factory feel with heritage-style windows and a skylight.

There is also an electric car charging point and bike racks on the walls to store cycles.

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The cavernous garage has space for 12 cars and a wall of plants the matches the height of the building

If you wanted to, you could quite easily park a lorry or two in there, so plentiful is the space.

Next to the garage is another huge indoor space, though with only a meagre triple-height ceiling this time.

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Next to the garage is a huge indoor space that could be used as a studio, a workshop or just further garage space

This room is a studio space, but could also double up as a storage room or a second garage if needed.

Next is the kitchen upstairs, a chef’s dream with brand new appliances and fittings, flooded with natural lighting and acres of space to eat, socialise, and relax.

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The kitchen is a chef’s dream, with ultra-modern appliances and stunning architecture

Next are the two living rooms, the first your classic TV room, although it looks more like a cinema compared to most houses.

It also features a decking with some greenery at the end of the room if you fancy some fresh air.

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The living room is a piece of paradise, with an oasis of greenery on the decking at the end of the room

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That is only the first of multiple living rooms too as upstairs, nearer the kitchen, is this beautifully well-lit space.

Like the other living room, it also has an attractive outdoor decked area alongside it.

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The incredible angles and light continues in the second living room upstairs

Moving on to the bedrooms, you’ll notice they have more floor space than most flats in London.

Despite this, they are pretty minimalist in terms of furniture so could probably do with a rug or two.

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Even the spare bedroom is bigger than most London flats

Finally, at the very top of the house, you reach the pièce de résistance , a gorgeous outdoor decking with a jacuzzi, deckchairs, a little dining area.

There’s even a slatted wooden fence to retain your privacy whilst still allowing you to look out and be nosy. What more could you want?

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The decking at the top of the house adds that little extra something you wouldn’t have thought such a stunning house could possibly need

As well as the split-level apartment that makes up most of the building, the former aircraft factory also has space for three commercial units too.

The only issue with the post-industrial dream home is the equally unobtainable price point.

To be able to afford a place like this you’ll need a cool £6.5 million, so better get saving!

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