Renown artist Genet Nigatu’s house was originally three independent mews, one of which Suggs purchased in 1981. It is located just off Camden Square in the coveted Camden Mews neighborhood. It was sold to buyers who subsequently owned it for 32 years after the Our House singer and his family vacated the property in 1985.The spacious mews conversion, which is spread over two stories, contains three bedrooms, a sizable double reception area, a custom kitchen, three bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows, and an incredible gold-gilded underground bar that looks like a speakeasy from the 1920s.
It is now among the largest properties on the prestigious Camden street, so it is definitely worth making a fuss about. The interiors blend classic and modern design in a stylish and eclectic way. The parlor room’s wooden parquet flooring exudes character, while the kitchen’s modern green tiles superbly compliment the blue cabinets. Nothing really has to be replaced because the current owners have provided a ton of TCL (it was updated during lockdown last year).