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St Quintin Gardens

North Kensington W10

£1,100,000

Share of freehold New Listing
Bedrooms & Bathrooms 2 Beds & 1 Bath
Size Approx. 839 sq ft / 78 sq m

A masterclass in materiality. Stripped back to expose original brickwork and steel beams, architect Felix von Bechtolsheim has infused this end-of-terrace home with textural charm.

A calming, considered home has been created within a period framework at St Quintin Gardens. This newly renovated two-bedroom apartment has been transformed by architect Felix von Bechtolsheim. A teal stairwell ascends from the first-floor entrance to a half landing, where paint gives way to exposed plaster. Contrasted with white frames and skirting boards, this pared-back palette flows into the…

A masterclass in materiality. Stripped back to expose original brickwork and steel beams, architect Felix von Bechtolsheim has infused this end-of-terrace home with textural charm.

A calming, considered home has been created within a period framework at St Quintin Gardens. This newly renovated two-bedroom apartment has been transformed by architect Felix von Bechtolsheim.

A teal stairwell ascends from the first-floor entrance to a half landing, where paint gives way to exposed plaster. Contrasted with white frames and skirting boards, this pared-back palette flows into the second-floor kitchen and dining area.

In the main social space, three south-facing windows draw in channels of light while double-height ceilings create an uplifting atmosphere. Herringbone wooden flooring and marble countertops pair with the pastel pink walls, creating tones and textures reminiscent of a Mediterranean farmhouse.

The simplicity of the colour palette allows architectural details, like the white-painted steel beams, to take centre stage. A brick chimney breast adds another layer of texture and an additional reference to the building’s past.

Playing with positive and negative space, original brickwork has been carefully revealed to create a triangular void – a heritage centrepiece for the third-floor mezzanine reception. At the very top of the home, this room benefits from a generous skylight.

The principal bedroom sits on the second floor, featuring a double-height ceiling and an exposed brick chimney breast that follows the line of the vaulted ceiling. A guest bedroom, accessed from the half landing, offers access to a private roof terrace – perfect for catching the afternoon sun. Both bedrooms are quiet and rear-facing with leafy views.

A family bathroom is hidden under the mezzanine level. Exposed plaster and overhead beams continue into this carefully considered space, which features a freestanding bath and gold taps. A frosted skylight provides privacy while channelling daylight from the mezzanine above. This design-forward apartment combines double-height living with heritage features including the most intact pair of chimney breasts ever revealed by the architect. A boldly reimagined home, it speaks volumes of light, proportions and materiality.

Highlighted Features

Open-plan kitchen and dining area

Mezzanine reception

Principal bedroom

Guest bedroom

Family bathroom

Double-height ceilings

Private terrace

Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea

Herringbone wooden flooring and marble countertops pair with the pastel pink walls, creating tones and textures reminiscent of a Mediterranean farmhouse.

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Location

St Quintin Gardens is an attractive, suburban corner of North Kensington near to both green open spaces and lively hotspots. A short walk takes you to Golborne Road. Pick up a coffee and pastel de nata from Lisboa Patisserie, head to dinner at one of the Layla’s Bakery supper clubs or pop into the Elgin for a drink. Slightly further afield are the bars and eateries of White City House. Wormwood Scrubs is just a five-minute walk away and perfect for a breath of fresh air, tennis and picnics. With White City and Latimer Road stations close by, the city is never far away.

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Approximate Gross Internal Area 839 sq ft / 78 sq m
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