A modern-classic silhouette. Timeless style. The considerate touch of an architect.
A quiet stucco-fronted street. Handsome portico entrances. Outside, this lateral two-bedroom apartment captures Notting Hill’s architectural history. Inside? A tale of modern living, thanks to 23 Architecture. Plus, a namesake communal garden.
The art of 21st century design and understated luxury is in 23 Architecture’s DNA. And it’s easy to spot. The subtly zoned open-plan living room. The thoughtful channelling of natural light. The streamlined aesthetic. The perfect form-meets-function blueprint.
Boundaries are diffused between the naturally bright reception room and kitchen – a very social space- that overlook the communal gardens. Proportions and windows are lofty but the attention to detail is meticulous. Note the artwork on the blank-canvas walls. A great backdrop for Martinis after mains served at the dining table. Or gather loved ones around the polished kitchen island for canapés and a culinary masterclass. The high-spec appliances – and the wine cooler – will be sure to impress.
Bedrooms and bathrooms take over the rest of the floor. The master bedroom soothes as it energises. Sash windows, comforting textures and a peaceful atmosphere. Perfect for unplugging. Past the integrated storage sits a sleek en suite, with a twin-vanity, freestanding tub and a frameless, walk-in shower. Waking up and winding down will be easy here. A further bedroom can be used by overnight guests or reimagined as a home office and is served by a family bathroom.
Elsewhere, two east-facing balconies; start your morning with a coffee and a breath of fresh air. Plus, a walk-in dressing room to house the wins of shopping sprees on Westbourne Grove.