This two-bedroom garden duplex witnesses an experimental twist on a Georgian townhouse. Spacious lateral proportions bound by cohesive monochromatic tones. Plus, access to Pembridge Garden Square.
Soaring period townhouses with elegant facades characterise Pembridge Square, a leafy street in the heart of Notting Hill. Behind its portico frontage, this two-bedroom garden apartment illustrates a contemporary update on a heritage blueprint.
A compelling juxtaposition of contemporary and heritage features plays out in the expansive reception room. Stylish dark walls contrast with decorative ceiling cornicing and a marble fireplace. Swathes of afternoon sunlight filter through nearly full-height bay windows. Wood floors continue through the hallway into the kitchen and dining room, showcasing a monochromatic palette alongside erganomic culinary design. A metallic splashback backdrops an integrated Miele stove, whilst a butler sink is neatly carved into smooth worktops. Rows of inky-toned cabinets offset whitewashed walls, with a subtly industrial edge employed by the stainless steel fridge. A spiral staircase with cast-iron bannisters leads down to the principal bedroom suite. It’s a refined space with pale walls, blonde wood floors and full-height wardrobes. The en suite bathroom is considered and contemporary, with an oversized rainfall shower wrapped in panels of warm marble. Hushed tones are carried into the guest bedroom suite, which has versatility to be used as a home office or gym. Through double doors, head out to the private terrace – a quiet spot for a breath of fresh air. With access to the private Pembridge Garden Square, this home epitomises modern-day Notting Hill living.