Cubic architecture that toes the line between calming and captivating. Minimalist interiors that lend attention to modern details. A rooftop terrace with sweeping city views.
Reaping the benefits of its third-floor positioning, the open-plan kitchen and reception room is a vast and light-filled space. There’s gallery-like precision to the clean-line columns, swathes of floor-to-ceiling glazing and considered zoning. At one end, the chequered wooden island brings warmth to the whitewashed room, offering an expansive surface for devoted culinary practice. At the other, an ode to the mid-century is realised with white tuxedo sofas, arranged with conversation in mind. Entertaining is streamlined here, with a dining table set at the heart of the space. For peace-and-quiet working, there’s a study nestled on this floor.
As you ascend to the fourth floor, note the urban flair afforded through concrete stairs and stainless-steel balustrades – a precursor to the rooftop views. A sunlit games and television room leads out to the terrace, boasting commanding views across the city skyline. The home’s minimalist interior palette is effortlessly translated outside, with pale marble tiles and contemporary seating. After a day along Portobello Road, invite friends and family over for evening drinks and a barbecue. Manicured greenery creates a backdrop of verdant privacy, whilst the electric activity of Notting Hill Gate plays out beyond.
Three further bedrooms epitomise beauty in simplicity. Set on the second floor, the master suite uplifts and it soothes. Next door, there’s spa-like serenity to the free-standing tub in its ensuite bathroom. Serving the two additional bedrooms, a family bathroom is finished in striking greyscale marble. Notting Hill Gate offers sanctitude in the city.