Kensington House is looked after by a caretaker and was constructed in 1896-1897 by the architect Robert Worley, who also built the London Pavilion in the West End and Albert Court, next to the Royal Albert Hall. Along with its sister building, Kent House, it is a significant architecture with crenelated parapets and terracotta dressings positioned on the west side of Kensington Court, approximately 150m south of Kensington High Street with its various restaurants, fashion outlets, supermarkets and transport links (District & Circle Lines). Kensington Gardens is also an easy walk away (approximately 250m) as are various
highly regarded schools.
This is a second floor (with lift) lateral four double bedroom family apartment overlooking neighbouring gardens. The living space is extensive with both a grand reception room and a large formal dining room whilst the bedrooms are all a generous size, two of which have en suite bathrooms. The beautiful period architecture allows excellent volume in all the main rooms (2.9m ceiling heights) and whilst the property now requires some refurbishment, it is easy to see the potential to make a fabulous home right in the heart of Kensington.