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Pangbourne Avenue, W10

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£2,350,000

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House (6 bedrooms)

Bold, vibrant and eclectic, this cool six-bedroom, architect designed, family home is one-of-a-kind. End of terrace and arranged over four floors, this striking house offers an open-plan kitchen / dining & living room on the ground floor which teams solid wood floors with bright primary colours. Downstairs, an additional living room / media room/ reception space, with floor to ceiling glazing, opens onto a cleverly designed internal decked patio space. Over the first and second floors are the four family bedrooms, including the master bedroom with shower room. and the family bathroom. The property also benefits from an independent, self-contained, duplex unit with its own entrance, reception room with open plan kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms, one of which opens onto the internal decked patio area which leads through to the secondary reception space. The property also benefits from off-street parking and a wonderfully established and enclosed West facing garden. A very special family home in a highly desirable enclave.

Pangbourne Avenue is a quiet tree-lined street in the heart of North Kensington, close to the wonderful open spaces of Kensington Memorial Park and The ‘Little’ Scrubs. The area is well served with a wonderful choice of local bars, restaurants and shops on St Helens Gardens, Golborne Road and Portobello Road, with the recently reimagined Television Centre, Soho House and Electric Cinema, also close by. White City, Latimer Road and Ladbroke Grove Underground Stations are close by.

  • Open-plan kitchen / reception room & dining room
  • Secondary reception space with shower room
  • Master bedroom with en-suite
  • Three family bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Self-contained two-bedroom duplex
  • Private garden
  • Off-street parking
  • Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
  • Architect: Sophie Nguyen Architects
  • Approx. 2,382 sq ft / 221.3 sq m. EPC=D

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