20-foot ceilings set the stage for elegant interiors. A seven-bedroom home steeped in London’s rich architectural history.
Found in the central building of Linden Garden’s historic East Terrace – which was laid out by Victorian architects as part of a new townscape in the 1870s – this home is situated in one of the most desirable locations in Notting Hill.
Sympathetically restored to preserve its original features, this home offers a compelling backdrop for family life. Ornate plasterwork, intricate fireplaces, original wood floors and a sweeping cantilevered staircase are a testament to the property’s period pedigree. Four reception rooms imagined for socialising and relaxing – one of which can be found on the lower-ground floor, a space suitable for a self-contained apartment or staff quarters. Seven bedrooms are spread out throughout the home, each offering reams of light and a pared-back palette for innovative interiors.
Ornate plasterwork, intricate fireplaces, original wood floors and a sweeping cantilevered staircase are a testament to the property’s period pedigree.