The former church hall at the corner at the corner of Homer and Victoria Park roads, London E9 5DX, is a house with more bathrooms than most homes have bedrooms: six. Oh, and a shower room.
The building was a Lithuanian church hall when a developer bought it for conversion to luxury flats. But the developer’s wife decided she wanted to make it the family home, and spent thousands on creating six bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and on the ground floor a living – sorry, drawing — room with a kitchen, a cinema/gymnasium and a study.
Decorating meant lots of marble finishes and the importation of an artist from Poland for mural painting.
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