This 19th century Arts & Crafts style home is located in the North London enclave of Hampstead. The stately home was constructed in 1881 by the noted architect Basil Champneys as his personal residence. A pioneer of the Queen Anne style, Champneys major commissions had included Manchester’s John Rylands Library and Cambridge University’s Newnham College. In present day the home’s owners called upon the Milan-based design firm Studio Peregalli to refurbish it’s interiors. Continue reading to view the full set of images.