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Colville Terrace

Notting Hill W11

£3,500 p/w

Short Let
Price per month £15,167
Bedrooms & Bathrooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Size Approx. 1,873 sq ft / 174 sq m

A hallmark of Victorian architecture paired with invigoratingly eclectic interiors. This four-storey period conversion is set for quintessential Notting Hill dwelling.

Behind the pale-sage stucco frontage and cast-iron railings, period proportions are elevated for uplifting family living in this three-bedroom home. Step into the first reception room, where three-metre-high ceilings and intricate cornicing showcase its architectural heritage. The neutral walls and chestnut-coloured floors are brightened with light from the bay windows, and a Neville Stephens fireplace makes for a cosy focal…

A hallmark of Victorian architecture paired with invigoratingly eclectic interiors. This four-storey period conversion is set for quintessential Notting Hill dwelling.

Behind the pale-sage stucco frontage and cast-iron railings, period proportions are elevated for uplifting family living in this three-bedroom home. Step into the first reception room, where three-metre-high ceilings and intricate cornicing showcase its architectural heritage. The neutral walls and chestnut-coloured floors are brightened with light from the bay windows, and a Neville Stephens fireplace makes for a cosy focal point. Whitewashed walls lend attention to striking artwork and rich, jewel-toned tuxedo sofas. In warmer months, leave the French doors open or step on to the intimate balcony. A separate utility room can also be found on this floor.

Head upstairs to an inviting open-plan kitchen and dining room. The living area features dual-aspect windows, casting light across its spacious proportions. A pared-back palette sets the scene for a compelling feature wall, adorned with eclectic prints and paintings. The stainless-steel cabinetry and large hooded cooker add an industrial accent to the kitchen, which leads seamlessly to the dining area – the chairs are finished in cheerful paint-box tones. Out in the corridor, there is access to a decked south-west facing balcony.

The fourth-floor master bedroom is truly the home’s pièce de résistance. The space is bathed in light, courtesy of dual-aspect sash and sliding windows. A fixed porthole window above the bed draws attention and is echoed in the en-suite bathroom; light enters the walk-in shower through a corresponding circular window. The bathroom’s glass ceiling and sliding pocket doors are a testament to its thoughtful design. From the bedroom, venture out to the south-west-facing terrace, a sun-filled sanctuary amidst the busy thrum of the city. Two additional bedrooms can be found on the third floor, with the flexibility to be used as homely offices. Fitted storage ensures a fuss-free minimalism to the spaces, which are both served by a sleek bathroom.

Highlighted Features

Formal reception room

Open-plan kitchen and dining room

South-west facing balcony

Master bedroom suite with adjoined terrace

Separate utility room

Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea

From the master bedroom, venture out to the south-west-facing terrace, a sun-filled sanctuary amidst the busy thrum of the city.

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Location

Less than 30 metres from Portobello Road, Colville Terrace is the quintessential Notting Hill home. Spend mornings exploring the markets and grab lunch on the go from one of the food stalls. Pick up fresh provisions from the Notting Hill Fish Shop, Sally Clarke’s or Daylesford Organic Farm Shop.  Holland Park is a short walk away; spend leisurely weekends strolling through the Japanese Kyoto Gardens, before enjoying brunch at Farm Girl or Sunday in Brooklyn. Notting Hill’s infamous Electric Cinema is on your doorstep, where you can catch a film after visiting some local galleries – standouts include the Bartha Contemporary and J/M Gallery. With Ladbroke Grove and Notting Hill Gate within walking distance, there is excellent proximity to the rest of London to get you where you need to be.

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Approximate Gross Internal Area 1,873 sq ft / 174 sq m
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