A gallery of natural light, Scandi-cool décor and quiet aesthetics.
Moments from spirited Portobello Road, Elgin Crescent is an atmospheric setting that carves a space of solace.
On the corner of Elgin Crescent and Kensington Park Road, this one-bedroom flat is at once set back from but on the doorstep of Notting Hill’s most vibrant street. Elgin Crescent is the perfect base from which to discover the neighbourhood’s hidden treasures.
Beyond the entrance an open-plan reception room and streamlined kitchen await. Bay windows channel natural light, illuminating the details of the ornate cornicing and minimalist artwork. During golden hour, the reception room catches the radiance of the fading sunshine. When winter calls, the marble fireplace offers a different kind of warming glow. Think utter ambience.
Slide back the pocket door to reveal the bedroom, where the restful scheme echoes the sense of calm that characterises Elgin Crescent. In the en-suite, a golden freestanding bathtub whispers promises of indulgent evenings while the dressing room makes waking up a treat. Beyond the bedroom, a terrace connects the apartment to a rear garden. A peaceful backdrop for an evening tipple or perhaps an al-fresco dinner.
Elgin Crescent is wrapped in a suburban air but is firmly embedded in Notting Hill’s gilded layer.
Sift through vintage treasures on your morning stroll along Portobello Road. Head back towards Westbourne Grove, the spine of Notting Hill for a café brunch in one of its upmarket eateries. When the sun is shining, pick up organic nibbles from Daylesford or Sali Clarke’s deli and head to Holland Park. Stock up a basket of seasonal produce at the Notting Hill Fish & Meat Shop or indulge in a three Michelin-starred dinner at Core by Clare Smyth.
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