A gallery of contemporary design. In a quiet Notting Hill enclave, this six-bedroom home is an inspiring canvas for modern family living.
Tucked away on a former mews lane, pioneering design is sewn into the sprawling framework of this six-bedroom family home. Behind its understated brick façade, Rede Place’s period bones have been flawlessly reimagined with luxury interventions across five floors – all connected by an inspiring helical staircase.
A cobbled pathway with black metal trellises and verdant climbers make for an inviting entrance into the property. The open-plan kitchen, dining and reception room is awe-inspiring in scale and style. A refined interior palette of hardwood floors and pale walls are illuminated through skylights and floor-to-ceiling dual aspect glazing. Modish furnishings delineate the space; an L-shaped sofa and grand piano around the contemporary fireplace, a marble dining table with banquette seating and a state-of-the-art kitchen with Gaggenau appliances. There’s a seamlessness drawn to the garden through the full height sliding doors. With soaring brick walls and an array of plants, it’s a private urban oasis suited for entertaining in sunny climes.
Family life continues on the lower-ground floor, where a living area, games room and home bar are dramatically finished with dark tones and spot lighting. Underfloor heating keeps the setting cosy, a feature that runs throughout the home. The luxe sofas are positioned by large windows that overlook the double-height swimming pool on the storey below. It’s a showpiece of cutting-edge design: glass panels give visibility to the azure water from the changing area, which leads to a high-spec sauna and gym.
The home’s haute interiors and spacious proportions ensue in the air-conditioned bedrooms, spread across the upper two levels. The principal bedroom suite has an immense sense of volume, courtesy of a double-height vaulted ceiling – neatly engineered with skylights. To one side of the room, a sliding door reveals a dressing room. To the other, an en suite bathroom pairs glossy marble walls with oversized tiles, setting a stylish scene for the dual vanity, deep-seated bath and frameless shower.
Also occupying the first floor are three immaculately-presented guest bedroom suites, each with fitted wardrobes and swathes of natural light. An additional bedroom and study space can be found at the top of the home, with a multitude of skylights affording an uplifting character. On the ground floor, a self-contained one-bedroom studio can be used as staff or guest accommodation.
The grand master bedroom is an impressive space; double-height ceilings, a dressing room and doors that slide back to access a small balcony.