• Notting Hill
  • 2 Bedroom
  • From £750 per night

Soft textures and pops of colour add a sense of welcome to this minimalist two-bed home.

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Capacity: 4
Roof terrace
Terrace
  • Blenheim Crescent, Notting Hill, London
  • Blenheim Crescent, Notting Hill, London
  • Blenheim Crescent, Notting Hill, London
  • Blenheim Crescent, Notting Hill, London
  • Blenheim Crescent, Notting Hill, London
  • Blenheim Crescent, Notting Hill, London
  • Blenheim Crescent, Notting Hill, London
  • Blenheim Crescent, Notting Hill, London

    Mid-century modern style. Seamless function. And the light touch of designer, Fran Hickman.

    Along the street that connects Kensington Park Road to Portobello Road, Blenheim Crescent is close to Notting Hill’s most exciting addresses. Unfurling across two floors, its interiors have been reimagined by minimalist interior designer Fran Hickman. Its sleek, jet-black facade is hard to miss among rows of blonde-brick and white-painted homes but inside, it's the thoughtful details that slowly seduce. 
     
    The first floor is divided between the open-plan kitchen, dining and reception space toward the front and a courtyard, bathroom and guest bedroom at the back. The living area is a stylish stage for gathering with friends on mid-century modern furniture, arranged neatly in front of the sash window. Or cooking mains on chef-grade appliances as someone sets the dining table. The espresso-tinted island might ground the space but it's the floating staircase that’s the real focal point here. There’s an elevated feel to the bedroom that is reserved for unplugging; a skylight and glass door to the courtyard let soft light reflect off the oversized velvet headboard while the bathroom next door is all dusty pink and Carrara marble. 

    Upstairs on the landing, a bright, Scandi-inspired office space with a scarlette sofa that can double as a bed for lingering guests. String storage makes it clutter-free and easy to arrange as you need. A set of doors open onto the paved, south-facing roof terrace, framed with fencing and greenery that create a curtain of privacy – ideal for intimate sundowners after sharing plates. The second floor is given over to the master bedroom with its neutral palette and statement lighting. A rich wood-clad dressing room separates it from the en-suite bathroom, fitted with identical Carrera marble finishes and an oval freestanding bath. 
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      Designed by Fran Hickman

      There are telltale signs of the renowned interior designer in every room here; warm minimalism, thoughtful details and a refined palette that make each space as smart as the next.

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      Study

      The most coveted feature of the past two years, this home office space will make logged in hours easy. Plenty of light, great design and a calm atmosphere.

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      Open-plan living

      There’s a seamless flow between spaces here. Hosting? Prepare canapés at the island while friends get comfortable on the sofa.

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      South-facing balcony

      Paved and framed for added seclusion, there’s a sense of reprieve in this outdoor area. Sip tipples with loved ones around the table or spend a late afternoon getting lost in a novel.

    Property features

    1 reception room
    1 reception room
    Mid-century modern inspired.
    Terrace
    Terrace
    Suntrap outdoor spaces.
    2 bedrooms
    2 bedrooms
    Two serene double bedrooms.
    Excellent local amenities
    Excellent local amenities
    Close to Notting HIll’s best haunts.
    Light & airy
    Light & airy
    Dual-aspect living areas.
    2 bathrooms
    2 bathrooms
    With Carrara marble finishes.
    Unique design features
    Unique design features
    Transformed by Fran Hickman.
    Home office
    Home office
    Bright, spacious and well-designed.

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    About the area

    Set in the very heart of Notting Hill, Blenheim Crescent is one of Notting Hill’s most desirable streets.

    With Portobello Road and Kensington Park Road on your doorstep, it's easy to spend hours getting to know Notting Hill’s famous thoroughfares. Spend mornings sifting through antiques at Portobello Market or running fingers down the spines of curated literature in the Notting Hill Bookshop. Pick up a tangy sourdough from Fabrique before a session at SoulCycle. Spend evenings in the Electric Cinema or the Ginstitute and be back home in less than a minute. Ladbroke Grove is the nearest Underground station [Circle and Hammersmith & City lines]. 

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