The grandeur of Notting Hill’s exclusive architectural pedigree. The design sensibility of a 21st-century home.
This lofty two-bedroom apartment has been taken back to the drawing board. Enter on the third floor, where an open-plan kitchen and reception room is united by ashen floors, neutral tones and bright light – an open archway channels the sun from the dual-aspect windows. The kitchen is streamlined –
ergonomic and polished – with clean-lined marble countertops and integrated, high-spec appliances.
There’s room for a dining table beneath the low-slung chandeliers.
Understated style continues to quietly impress in the reception area with its high ceilings, very social layout and vast windows that make the most of its third-storey vantage point. A balcony is accessed from the hallway, where leafy trees create a curtain of privacy.
Two bedrooms are carved into the gabled eaves of this period property – one with an ensuite. Considerately placed widows catch the glow of the sunset in the master. It’s a peaceful affair with built-in storage that keeps it clutter-free. It’s served by a fuss-free bathroom with a curved shower and marble tiling. A further bedroom has access to a second balcony and shares a family bathroom. Wake up to chimney-top views.
A balcony is accessed from the hallway, where leafy trees create a curtain of privacy.