A five-bedroom townhouse that’s among Notting Hill’s most outstanding properties. Its uniquely composed layout is elevated by rich design credentials that take their cue from mid-century modern aesthetics. Idiosyncratic spaces that will impress in seconds. Thoughtful details that take urban living to new heights. Modern luxuries that are a rare indulgence in a city-centre postcode. Find inspiration in the over-saturated…
A five-bedroom townhouse that’s among Notting Hill’s most outstanding properties. Its uniquely composed layout is elevated by rich design credentials that take their cue from mid-century modern aesthetics. Idiosyncratic spaces that will impress in seconds. Thoughtful details that take urban living to new heights. Modern luxuries that are a rare indulgence in a city-centre postcode. Find inspiration in the over-saturated contemporary art and low-lying retro furniture.
Enter on the raised ground floor, where Crittall doors and multi-tonal parquet floors both divide and channel space between the two reception rooms – a theme you’ll notice throughout. Hushed walls can be amped up with statement artwork or let bold furniture set the tone. Bibliophiles will appreciate the shelves that bookend the south-facing library where natural light reaches the far corners of the high ceilings. French doors open onto an immaculate terrace – the perfect vantage point to take in the mature trees that form a leafy canopy over the al-fresco social spaces.
Downstairs, an industrial spin on Eames-inspired mid-century modern style in the kitchen-cum-dining room. Emerald green cabinetry married with stainless steel and state-of-the-art appliances. Charcoal accents – note the woodburner – and parquet floors that give way to poured concrete in the striking glass and steel-framed extension. It’s sweeping footprint and spatial design make it a versatile space. Glass panelling creates barely-there boundaries between here and the beautifully landscaped garden beyond.
The sprawling outdoor space – an uncommon and sought-after feature – is considerately zoned; step up from the terrace and there’s a woodland feel to the landscaped garden – a tree-lined oasis where illuminated decked paths lead to a spacious guest quarters on one side and a timber-clad hot tub and sauna on the other. In the guest house, a wall of Crittall glazing looks back at the verdant garden and main property. There’s an LA studio-quality to this dynamic space. Carefully curated furnishings that look even better against toned-down, wood-panelled walls.
A second patio – accessed via the playroom – leads to a coveted home office. Descend the staircase to the immense entertainment room, subtly divided by haute furnishings. It’s a practice in characterful contrasts; wood-panelled walls beside raw concrete and exposed pipes. Full length bookshelves background the 1940s-inspired bar, while dynamic art and soft leather furniture carve a convivial ambience. A lavishly designed U-shaped sofa lines the sunken social space, where the scene is set for live sessions and a projector creates an at-home picturehouse.
Five modern bedrooms are thoughtfully designed. The standout master suite stretches across the second floor, where a mezzanine makes the most of the vaulted double-height ceilings. Up here, storage spans from wall to wall and two walk-in wardrobes keep it organised. In the bathroom: a Corsican marble deep-seated bath, twin vanity and steel-framed shower.
Bold, characterful design
Entertainment room with projector
Immaculate guest house
En suite master bedroom with mezzanine
Hot tub and Sauna
Sprawling mature garden
Modern luxuries that are a rare indulgence in a city-centre postcode. Find inspiration in the over-saturated contemporary art and low-lying retro furniture.
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At Westbourne Park Villas, you’re minutes from Notting Hill’s independent boutiques, artisan cafes and high-end restaurants. Start the day with a morning run around the Grand Union Canal. Refuel with brunch at Farmacy or Granger and Co. On weekends, head to Portobello Road to browse vintage stalls and embrace Notting Hill’s bohemian side. End the evening at one of west London’s most legendary pubs, The Cow. Be back home within a minute.
5 bedroom home in Notting Hill W2
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