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Linden Gardens, W2

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£3,750,000

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Flat (4 bedrooms)

A four-bedroom apartment that combines the classic blueprint of two, 19th-century stucco-fronted buildings. Enter on the first floor, where period grandeur echoes its architectural history; elaborate cornicing that wrap around soaring ceilings, vast glazing that carve out suntrap moments and doorless archways that channel the flow of space. Its pared-back aesthetics leave room to run with your creativity. East-facing double doors flood the nearly four-metre-high living space with natural light. Push them open to an intimate balcony that overlooks the hushed cul-de-sac. A feature fireplace serves as a warming focal point among the soft, muted tones that reflect the sense of quiet on your doorstep – equal parts calming and dynamic. Entertaining is a breeze with freshly brewed post-brunch coffees, poured from the integrated machine in the adjacent, chef-grade kitchen. There’s an industrial aesthetic to it; towering ceilings, stainless-steel surfaces and a thoroughly efficient design. Food prepped on the generous island and cooked with integrated Miele appliances as natural light pours through a further two sets of double doors. An internal window carries it through to the bedroom above and an archway channels it into the pantry behind the kitchen. There’s a restful atmosphere in the four bedrooms. Two suites – lined with light whites and velvet headboards – make waking up easy. The master is served by a glossy, bronze en suite with a gently curved freestanding bathtub and shower. A dedicated dressing area takes it up a notch. Upstairs, the second enjoys access to a private terrace. Leafy trees and a whitewashed wall afford peace and privacy. Two further bedrooms take up the rest of the second floor. One offers an airy layout, a walnut media wall and space to set up a work-from-home spot. And a new angle of this property’s vast dimensions.

There’s a sense of privacy to this quiet cul-de-sac. The blonde-brick homes that line the streets reflect Notting Hill’s architectural heritage, but the nearby boutiques, bars and restaurants are what capture the spirit of today’s Notting Hill – Portobello is only ten minutes away. Reach the manicured lawns of Kensington Gardens in five and share nibbles by Kensington Palace. Tour the Serpentine Gallery and explore the Pavilion, transformed every year by a different architect. Stop by the café for coffee and marvel at the modern vision of Zaha Hadid before crossing the lake into Hyde Park.

  • Well appointed reception room with direct access onto balcony
  • Open-plan kitchen with large island & steel appliances
  • Master bedroom with en-suite & dressing area
  • Guest bedroom with en-suite and terrace
  • Terrace
  • Two further bedrooms, one en-suite
  • Guest cloakroom
  • Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
  • Approx. 2,226 sq ft / 206.8 sq m. EPC=D

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