Skip to content
Queens-Park-House-For-Rent-Keslake-Road-4_Lo
Queens-Park-House-For-Rent-Keslake-Road-8_Lo
Queens-Park-House-For-Rent-Keslake-Road-1_Lo
Queens-Park-House-For-Rent-Keslake-Road-6_Lo
Back

Keslake Road

Queen's Park / Kensal

£6,000 p/w

Short Let New Listing
Price per month £26,000
Bedrooms & Bathrooms 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Size Approx 2,196 sq ft / 204 sq m

In the heart of Queen's Park, this four-bedroom family home is a spectacle of contemporary architecture, elevated by intriguing textures, gilded accents and an immaculate private garden.

With its sculptural pediments, bay windows and stock brickwork, the façade of this four-bedroom home sings in harmony with the rest of Keslake Road. Beyond the front door however, a masterpiece of material creativity tells a different tale. Three spacious storeys are composed with innovative, tactile design and an abundance of natural light. From the entrance hallway, a set of…

In the heart of Queen's Park, this four-bedroom family home is a spectacle of contemporary architecture, elevated by intriguing textures, gilded accents and an immaculate private garden.

With its sculptural pediments, bay windows and stock brickwork, the façade of this four-bedroom home sings in harmony with the rest of Keslake Road. Beyond the front door however, a masterpiece of material creativity tells a different tale. Three spacious storeys are composed with innovative, tactile design and an abundance of natural light.

From the entrance hallway, a set of steps leads down into the reception room; its sunken aspect lends a capacious feel to the space. There’s an organic look to the brushed plaster walls and stone floors, which are softly illuminated through a bay window. The built-in sofa is as inviting as it is stylish, crafted with a wood base and green upholstery. Above, a contemporary chandelier captures attention, while vintage wall lighting casts a warm glow as night draws in.

Reclaimed wooden doors open into the kitchen and dining room beyond — an inspiring setting drawn with a bold palette of colours and materials. Inky-toned ceiling beams and cabinetry contrast with the natural floors and walls, while sunlight pours through two skylights and a wall of rear glazing. A kitchen island sits at the centre of the space, with a smooth graphite-coloured worktop and gilded panelling below, complemented by six metallic breakfast stools. With a large dining table, built-in bar and DJ station, hosting and entertaining is streamlined here.

Beyond the eating area, find a cosy lounge with plush seating. There’s synergy between the indoors and outdoors through the wall of bi-folding glass; when the weather is sunny, leave the Crittall-style panels open for a sense of flow. The private garden is beautifully manicured, with a lawn bordered by wooden seating and painted fencing.

Things take a minimalist turn in the bedrooms upstairs. The principal bedroom suite has an uplifting feel with natural light that filters through a bay window. The pale walls, timber floors and full-height wardrobes set a refined tone, lending attention to the sculptural lighting and reclaimed chest of drawers. Next door, the en suite bathroom gleams with whitewashed metro tiling in the walk-in rainfall shower.

Three additional sleeping spaces are spread across the first and second floors. One of the double bedrooms features integrated storage, a dressing table and modern pendant lighting — plus a south-facing balcony overlooking the garden. A staircase with exposed brickwork leads up to the second double bedroom suite, which is brightly lit through a trio of sash windows. On the first floor, a calming study also contains a single bed. Completing the property is a spacious family bathroom, with an inviting bathtub and black-framed shower.

Highlighted Features

Reception room

Open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining room

Principal bedroom suite

Guest bedroom suite

One further double bedroom

Study / single bedroom

Family bathroom

Private garden

Borough of Brent

Three spacious storeys are composed with innovative, tactile design and an abundance of natural light.

CTA-Banner

Speak to our team

Whether you want to view this home or find a space just like it, our team have the keys to London’s most inspiring on and off-market homes.

Enquire now

Location

A hub of creativity and community, Kensal Rise has a welcoming town-like feel, replete with independent shops and eateries. Chamberlayne Road is the vibrant high street just moments from your front door, with local favourite spots including Wildcard Coffee and Rise & Vine. The award-winning farmers’ market is a Sunday highlight, followed by a stroll around the expansive lawns of Queen’s Park. For drinks and weekly pub quizzes, Alice House is your go-to, or head to The Wolfpack for craft beers.

Floorplan & Specifications

Download PDF
Approximate Gross Internal Area Approx 2,196 sq ft / 204 sq m
LargeKensington
Close
Queens-Park-House-For-Rent-Keslake-Road-4_Lo
You are enquiring about:

Keslake Road

4 bedroom home in Queen's Park / Kensal

£6,000 p/w

Short Let

    Please enter your details and we will be in touch with further information.

    No minimum
    -
    No maximum
    No minimum
    -
    No maximum
    *mandatory

    We have received your enquiry and will respond to you as soon as possible. Thank you.

    The preferred dates of your stay are from to

    We’re here to help

    Want to find a new home, a short stay or put your home on the market?

    Let's talk