This stunning bespoke three-bedroom garden duplex is practically hidden on the corner of Alexander Street and Durham Terrace. Sensational, stylish and superb, the unique curved layout and total transformation of both floors results in a simply incredible and highly inviting space.
The main act, the open-plan reception and kitchen space, exudes everything but a garden floor feeling. Featuring striking skylights that are scattered across this zone, there’s a sense of journey from the contemporary kitchen, through to the playful yet practical reception and directly onto a stunning courtyard garden. The bi-folding floor-to-ceiling glass doors lead onto the space which feels completely secluded from London’s hustle and bustle.
The previous owners flawlessly executed a bold yet calm and minimalist concept throughout. Blonde parquet flooring, crisp white walls and wooden elements perfectly complement the striking elements in the furnishings and decorations. A personal favourite is the recurring hint of mustard yellow which adds a playful punch throughout the interiors.
Tucked away on the raised ground floor is the master bedroom suite, featuring off-white wooden boarding, a beautiful bay window, and an en-suite bathroom with pastel accents.
The adjacent bedroom, currently a dressing room, leads onto yet another striking outdoor pocket, the roof garden. Made up of jet-black hardwood decking, contemporary furniture and glass voids that look onto the reception area.
There is always location envy when it comes to Alexander Street… from its close proximity to local gems, The Cow and The Westbourne, to its beautiful stucco facades and being moments away from the energy that makes up Notting Hill and Westbourne Grove. A rare find in a highly desirable pocket, this home is a serious winner.