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Kensington Park Road

Notting Hill W11

£1,650 p/w

Long Let Under Offer
Price per month £7,150
Bedrooms & Bathrooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Size Approx 1,310 sq ft / 122 sq m

A colourful three-bedroom duplex next to Portobello Road. Playful design meets the practicalities of city life.

On the first floor, an open-plan reception room and eat-in kitchen set the stage for everyday life. Natural light pours in from sash windows, accentuating the room’s colourful palette – choreographed by the interior design virtuosos Barlow & Barlow. Beyond the patterned motifs, the design is considered – a modern fireplace adds a warm welcome and open shelves are stylishly…

A colourful three-bedroom duplex next to Portobello Road. Playful design meets the practicalities of city life.

On the first floor, an open-plan reception room and eat-in kitchen set the stage for everyday life. Natural light pours in from sash windows, accentuating the room’s colourful palette – choreographed by the interior design virtuosos Barlow & Barlow. Beyond the patterned motifs, the design is considered – a modern fireplace adds a warm welcome and open shelves are stylishly functional. Morning coffees are best enjoyed here, thanks to its east-facing vantage point. Rich wood floors lead to the kitchen and dining room. It’s a beautifully ergonomic place to cook; integrated high-spec appliances, clean-line surfaces and a green metro tile splashback. Wine connoisseurs note the cooler fridge.

Upstairs, three immaculate bedrooms are brought to life with blush pinks, forest greens and reams of natural light. The master bedroom enjoys a dedicated dressing area and refined ensuite bathroom. Two further bedrooms are tranquil places in which to press pause, served by a striking family bathroom. Ivy-green parquet tiles contrast with a pink basin and white marble floors, with a large freestanding tub set for indulgent soaks.

From the second floor, a tangerine steel staircase leads to a suntrap roof garden. It’s designed for entertaining – there’s a small kitchenette, wine rack, zoned seating area and space for a barbecue on the decked floors. The west London skyline is an impressive backdrop for aperitifs with friends.

Highlighted Features

Interior design by Barlow & Barlow

Open-plan reception room and kitchen

Master bedroom with ensuite and dressing area

Two guest bedrooms

Family bathroom

Roof terrace

Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea

On the second floor, three immaculate bedrooms are brought to life with blush pinks, forest greens and reams of natural light.

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Location

Sharing the street with some of Notting Hill’s best architecture and most exclusive restaurants – including three Michelin-star Core by Clare Smith – Kensington Park Road puts you within easy reach of the neighbourhood’s most coveted addresses. It runs parallel to Portobello Road, where bohemian boutiques, bars and market stalls will keep you occupied for hours. Head to Westbourne Grove for brunch at Granger & Co. or Beam, or an uplifting workout at Bodyism and Pscyle. A drink at The Elgin completes a night in the city.

Floorplan & Specifications

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Approximate Gross Internal Area 1,310 sq ft / 122 sq m
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