Elevated for modern day socialising, a four-bedroom Notting Hill house for connoisseurs of contemporary style.
Spread across four spacious floors, this home showcases a handsome period framework updated for modern living. A dual-aspect kitchen and dining room showcases Carrara marble surfaces and stainless-steel accents. A muted sage leather bench and wood dining table is an inviting spot for mealtimes. Head down to a skylit living area – an ideal spot for a morning coffee. Double French windows open out to a cast-iron balcony, which leads to the manicured garden below.
The first floor is dedicated to a formal double reception room. Dual-aspect windows fills the space with uplifting light, harmonising with a neutral palette for a thoroughly serene environment. There’s a naturality to the exposed wood floors that contrast with period features, such as the original cornicing and fireplace. Through an archway, a grand piano sits opposite a wall of white-framed mirrors – working to amplify the sense of space and light.
The second floor is home to the master bedroom. With its stone-coloured tones, sweeping wood floors and wall of floor-to-ceiling wardrobes, it’s a tranquil space in which to unwind. Next door, the en-suite bathroom is a true standout. An immaculate dual vanity and inviting free-standing tub. Three further bedrooms are minimalist spaces, served by sleek bathrooms with waterfall showers.
This home showcases a handsome period framework updated for modern living.