Situated in the beating heart of Notting Hill, four light-flooded floors of Georgian architecture are elevated for modern family living.
Situated in the beating heart of Notting Hill, this serene four-bedroom house is a dialogue of light and space. Enter through the hallway into an expansive kitchen and dining room, with blonde Dinesen floors offering a sense of seamless flow between the spaces. Period accents, such as the marble fireplace and decorative cornicing, are illuminated through dual-aspect windows. The Plain English kitchen is at once welcoming and elegant: lined with muted sage cabinetry and a Rangemaster oven fit for any culinary affair. Just beyond, sip a morning coffee beneath the glass roof, with French doors leading directly to a balcony.
For the home workers, a peaceful study is found on your way to the lower-ground floor. Downstairs, a double reception room is at once soothing and uplifting with its pared-back palette. The space has been thoughtfully zoned, with a cosy television snug positioned next to a poised living area. Discreet John Cullen mood lighting is fitted throughout the home – each room is at once uplifting and serene. Open the doors to the sophisticated private garden, spread out over two levels. It’s the largest garden space on Kensington Park Road; a verdant oasis imagined for summertime entertaining. Nestled at the back, an immaculately-finished summer house features an additional bedroom with whimsical Cole & Son wallpaper.
The master suite occupies the entire first floor, with a trio of French windows cascading light through the airy space. Period features harmonise with contemporary accents; a marble fireplace faces a clean-line four-poster bed, with ample storage for a clutter-free environment. Its en-suite bathroom is a spectacle of style and serenity. A mirrored wall amplifies the light, with a free-standing bath positioned just in front. From the bathroom, there’s direct access to a balcony – enjoy a yoga session on summer mornings. Two further bedrooms are located on the second floor: minimalist and modern, with whitewashed interiors and reams of light, served by a sleek shower room. On the lower-ground floor, an en-suite bedroom is perfect for guests or staff.