An architecturally-designed seven-bedroom home embodies Notting Hill’s eclectic spirit.
With a unique layout, each storey presents its own character to create a narrative that ties in with the area’s noteworthy art and creative scene. Marrying traditional bones with modern and punchy interiors, the result is an energising space that pushes the boundaries of design-led living. Housing a fire-red staircase, Crittall walls and gold fittings, from the onset this home speaks to those with an appreciation for daring interiors.
Featuring a striking glass extension that blends the lower floor with the garden, the home’s showstopper is the floating staircase. Making its way up to the raised ground floor, a reception room bears the hallmarks of the property’s period heritage: a marble fireplace, high ceiling and original cornicing. Equipped with a loft space, office , sitting room, walk-in dressing room and glass conservatory, the 4,500 sq ft home has been thought out with precision and imagination
Marrying traditional bones with modern and punchy interiors, the result is an energising space that pushes the boundaries of design-led living.