All Saints Road
Notting Hill W11 Long Let
Above the beloved Notting Hill Bookshop, a considered take on industrialism from design studio Cubic. Ascend into the open-plan reception, where distinct tones and industrial accents characterise the space. Dark wood floors and a matte black radiator are illuminated by a large sash window. Taking centre stage, an exposed brick wall with a feature fireplace nods to the home’s historical…
Above the beloved Notting Hill Bookshop, a considered take on industrialism from design studio Cubic. Ascend into the open-plan reception, where distinct tones and industrial accents characterise the space. Dark wood floors and a matte black radiator are illuminated by a large sash window. Taking centre stage, an exposed brick wall with a feature fireplace nods to the home’s historical character.
Deconstructing the space, a playful zig-zag line between hardwood flooring and geometric floor tiles delineates the room between cooking and living space. Lit by a pair of orb pendant lights, a wooden breakfast bar bridges the two areas. Copper accents and pale-green glass pop against white cabinets, while integrated appliances and a stainless-steel countertop make for clean lines. Accentuating the airy feel, a mirrored splashback reflects light from the kitchen’s south-facing window.
Between the kitchen and stairwell, glass panelling establishes a connection to the principal bedroom suite on the upper floor. Flanked by bespoke floating wardrobes, a redbrick chimney stands out against lighter brickwork. Darker tones are softened by swathes of natural light, via a window providing a view over one of the neighbourhood’s most sought-after streets. The en suite bathroom benefits from a dual vanity, plus a large freestanding bath adjacent to a walk-in shower.
A feature fireplace grounds the guest bedroom, its monolithic chimney breast governing over the space. An en suite bathroom features white subway tiles and a walk-in rainfall shower. A decked terrace is wrapped in wood and faces south for all-day sun.
Open-plan kitchen and reception room
Principal bedroom suite
Guest bedroom suite
South-facing roof terrace
Blue plaque property
Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
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Blenheim Crescent is one of the neighbourhood’s best-loved thoroughfares. Featuring in the film of the same name, Notting Hill’s famous bookshop is directly downstairs. Opposite, dine on tempura and sushi at E&O Pan Asian Restaurant then head to The Ginstitute for guided gin-tasting. Further afield are the boutiques and vintage stores of Portobello Road – be sure to visit House of Retro and Jovonna Boutique. For fine dining, Michelin-starred restaurants The Ledbury and Core by Clare Smyth are both within five minutes’ walk.
2 bedroom home in Notting Hill W11
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