A polished two-bedroom Victorian conversion in one of the most desirable roads of North Kensington.
This tastefully renovated two-bedroom apartment has both light and space in spades, with a bright, South-facing reception room ready to greet you from the hallway. Its large barrelled bay window makes for a perfect dining nook, with a first-floor vantage point of the leafy street below. Original cornicing – one of the many preserved heritage features in this apartment – runs throughout, nodding to the Victorian bones of the building. Smooth chevron parquet floors, bronze cast iron radiators and bespoke fitted cabinetry lend both form and function. A fireplace is flanked by floor-to-ceiling bookcases lined with bronzed mirror glass. Next door, the sizeable kitchen has been thoughtfully configured. Its cabinets, painted in Farrow & Ball’s rich Hague Blue, are offset with brass hardware. A sleek induction hob and wine cooler tucked away.
From here, a door leads to the charming balcony that runs the width of the building. To the rear of the apartment, the master bedroom is a restful space. With a set of sash windows and a run of generous floor-to-ceiling fitted wardrobes on one wall. The en-suite shower room: a mix of marble, striking geometric tiles and brass fittings. The guest bedroom shares the same soothing colour palette and also benefits from fitted storage. It’s serviced by a large, family-sized bathroom.
Bassett Road – an uplifting, tree-lined street filled with Victorian terraces – is elevated by its close proximity to some of the best green spaces, independent shops and global eateries West London has to offer.