• Notting Hill
  • From £2,500 per night

Sleek white living spaces are a backdrop for statement artwork and feature decor. This is a home for connoisseurs of contemporary style.

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Capacity: 8
A handsome period framework upgraded for modern living. Inside, a dual aspect open-plan kitchen and dining room, where Carrara marble accents and stainless-steel undertones create a lovely place to cook. Whether it's breakfast perched at the island or breaking bread around the table, bring the family together over conversation and cuisine. 

Families will appreciate the two reception rooms. In the main free-flowing living room, swap the warm radiance of the sun for the amber glow of the fire on cooler days. Sink into the curve of the sofa with your favourite book or host after-dinner coffees with friends. Piano virtuosos can channel their inner-Mozart in the adjacent music room.  Downstairs, a cosier skylit lounge sets the scene more intimate moments.  

Unplug and recharge on the upper stories. The second floor is given over to the master bedroom. Built-in storage can house the spoils of treat-yourself sprees on Westbourne Grove. Stash the rest in the upstairs loft. The en-suite is all sleek minimalism but from every angle, a free-standing bathtub takes centre stage. Sip a glass of red, reorganise your thoughts and feel tensions slip away. Holistic design at its finest. 

The walled garden is thoughtfully zoned; part patio, part lawn. Plan barbecues in warmer climes or simply sit and press pause. More than just good looks, this townhouse is at once a social hub and a tranquil getaway.  
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    Oodles of space

    Offering both front and rear gardens and a secluded terrace, this house stretches out wonderfully in all directions.

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    Open plan living

    Beautifully styled and elegantly finished, the open-plan kitchen / reception room features intricate marble surfaces, dark wooden floors and large french windows.

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    Multiple living spaces

    One a pocket of privacy in the social heart of the home, the other a social floor. Hereford Road will please introverts, extroverts and everyone in between

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    Plenty of light

    Sash windows, a canopied glass ceiling, skylight—the soft glow of natural light hugs every arc of this home.

About the area

Minutes from Westbourne Grove, the beating heart of Notting Hill, the best of the neighbourhood is at your doorstep.

Pick up an early coffee or sit down for a late morning brunch at Granger & Co within five minutes. The lively stalls of Portobello Market are less than 15 minutes away. Sift through vintage pieces before heading to three Michelin-star restaurant Core by Clare Smyth. Be back home in 15. Royal Oak is the closest underground station [Circle, Hammersmith and City lines]. 

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