In the heart of Kensington, boasting in excess of 4000 sq ft and having been meticulously restored to exacting detail, this property benefits a wealth of natural light as well as multitude of period features. At the ground floor, a dine-in kitchen leading to a the dining-room. Set at the first floor, this spacious south-facing drawing-room overlooks the Square. Four bedrooms with four bathrooms, including master with en-suite and walk-in wardrobe. Family-room and sauna. Access to the Communal Gardens.
Situated in the very heart of Kensington on one of the area's most sought-after gardens squares, the house boasts uninterrupted views across the delightful communal gardens. Finished in neutral tones the house itself offers generous room proportions as well as hardwood floors throughout. The accommodation comprises: lower ground floor cinema room, entertainment bar and steam room. Ground floor dining room with an impressive fireplace, original wooden window shutters, decorative cornicing, fully integrated kitchen with a counter island as well as a breakfast room. The first floor is occupied by an exceptional double reception room with decorative cornicing. Second floor master suite with ample built in storage and dressing area. Third floor two double bedrooms with en suite facilities.
Along with providing the Best in Class for all the architectural styles, Kensington W8 also has an especially acute offering of Mews Houses due to its immediate proximity to Hyde Park. Positioned among a further two green spaces, Kensington Gardens and Holland Park, and another two museums Leighton House and the relocated Design Museum, Kensington is an as equally desirable address as South Kensington yet fractionally less touristy. Kensington Church Street links High Street Kensington up to Notting Hill with Kensington Palace Gardens running vertically adjacent to it – dubbed London's most expensive road for its standalone mansion houses and large embassy residences. There is a multitude of award-winning restaurants and bars dotted around locally