• Holland Park
  • From £750 per night

Moments from peaceful Holland Park, this three-bedroom apartment is a breather from city life.

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Capacity: 4
Communal garden

A comforting home that brings together lateral proportions, timeless design and a best-of-both-worlds feel.

Found along a residential, tree-lined street, a delicate glass canopy, impressive bay windows and mosaic tiles set the scene for this three-bedroom apartment. A property grounded in Holland Park’s grand architectural heritage. Inside, the design is thoroughly modern. Expect bright, spacious rooms and a well-manicured communal garden. 

The open-plan, double-reception room has been composed with entertaining in mind. Think dinner parties under the glow of the low-slung, geometric lights and dessert wine on the sofa. Floor-to-ceiling windows make the most of natural light – soft during the day and atmospheric as the sun sets. A decorative fireplace adds warmth to the welcome here. Step on to a balcony that overlooks the communal gardens. From its third-floor vantage point, the tree-top views are uninterrupted.

The kitchen – all black finishes and marble countertops – is sleek and pared-back. Plenty of storage for an indulgent spree at the Supermarket of Dreams.  The anthracite detailing continues in the master bedroom, where the windows open to the shared gardens. The understated-yet-stylish en suite is a soothing affair. The second bedroom, too, is served by an en suite fitted with polished wooden surfaces and a full-sized bathtub. Remote workers will enjoy the study. 

Just beyond the apartment, a communal garden echoes the ambience of nearby Holland Park. Decorated with leafy trees, and aromatic botanicals, the trimmed lawns are the perfect spot for a picnic. Step outside and breathe deep.

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    Garden paradise

    Garden lovers will be in their element, as befits the place where Lady Holland planted the first English dahlias in the 19th century. Here, the private terrace offers an ideal seat from which to admire the well-manicured, communal lawns.

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    The place to be

    Holland Park must surely be one of the finest streets in London. Quiet, secure, and eminently convenient, whether you’ve an appointment with royalty at nearby Kensington Palace, or with your shareholders in the City.

About the area

Found next to the namesake grounds, Holland Park is surrounded by a village vibe and beautiful Victorian architecture.

Holland Park took its name from the illustrious 17th-century mansion, Holland House. The ruins of the house now form the backdrop to one of London’s best-loved open-air theatres.  The ancient woodland is home to two Japanese gardens, multiple sporting facilities, not to mention a large family of peacocks.  A short walk through the lush gardens brings you to the award-winning Design Museum, while the shops, delis and bustling restaurants of Kensington High Street are all within easy reach.   

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