Striped House Demolished. Will it rise again?
A house painted in red and white stripes completely knocked down. There’s a plan to replace it with a three-storey luxury home. In 2015, the owner Zipporah Lisle-Mainwaring sparked a dispute when the paint work carried out on the home. It’s in London’s exclusive suburb of Kensington.
Judges ordered Ms Lisle-Mainwaring to return the house to its original white exterior colour, but she vowed to knock it down.
A covered gaping hole replaced the ‘candy stripe hut’ with building work going on behind it. Plans since approved to turn the home into a three-storey property. Designed to have a basement including space for a gym, treatment room and swimming pool.
Ynuk.tv went to see where the ‘stripes’ had gone.
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The controversial ‘candy stripe’ house in Kensington has been demolished https://t.co/fHV7IGq0cM it follows 4 years of clashes between owner and neighbours. Plans approved and a new #luxury property being built #beachhut #redandwhitestripes #candystripes @TimesProperty pic.twitter.com/ZNaErtVMWn
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A controversial ‘candy stripe’ house in Kensington has been demolished https://t.co/fHV7IGq0cM it follows 4 years of clashes between owner and neighbours. A new #luxury property being built #beachhut #redandwhitestripes #candystripes #Neighbours #row pic.twitter.com/jTFILRFmwX
— YourNewsUKtv (@YourNewsUKtv) November 10, 2019