A three-bedroom apartment set over two floors in an exclusive Notting Hill period conversion.
On an elegant crescent in the heart of Notting Hill, this spacious duplex feels like a lateral house thanks to an entrance that leads directly into the apartment. It’s the perfect blend of old and new; soaring ceilings wrapped in intricate cornicing. Pared-back walls amped up with vibrant artwork. A sleek fireplace that’s perfect for gathering around. In the dual-aspect reception room, morning light dances across its spacious floor space, zoned for sharing plates around the formal dining table and lounging with after-dinner coffees on the sofa.
Neutral tones are echoed in the kitchen where polished counters, quality appliances and views of the garden make it a wonderful space to cook. It has everything you could need, whether rustling up breakfast or mixing martinis, and effortlessly marries practicality with style: a classic Eero Saarinen table and chair set is perfectly positioned to gaze outside. Through the doors, a decked terrace that leads on to a perfectly manicured garden where curved forms are inspired by its crescent location. It’s thoroughly private thanks to a screen of greenery that gives it a secluded feel. At the back, a separate studio, the perfect home office for remote workers. In warmer slimes, make use of the barbecue and outdoor dining table.
There’s a cosy feeling to the lower floor, and in the third bedroom, which has been transformed into an inviting siting room. The master really takes the breath away, with its sumptuous feel thanks to an opulent padded wall and king-size bed. It opens out onto a generous en suite, with a dual vanity and a stunning traditional roll-top bath. From here you can soak with a view. The second bedroom is light-filled and, with its direct access onto the garden there’s a real sense of bringing the outside in. Each of these two bedrooms has a stylishly tranquil bathroom.