Comfortable apartment in popular area of Ladbroke Grove/Notting Hill
This property is in a superb location, in the Ladbroke Grove neighbourhood of West London.
This apartment, in a modern building, offers a chic home for guests looking for an upmarket city stay.
The main living space is an open-plan kitchen/dining/living room. There's a sofa and armchair, shelving and coffee table on the wooden floor. The white dining table and chairs are next to the two large sash windows which flood the room with natural light and makes a lovely space for entertaining guests over an evening meal. The kitchen is on the right hand side of the room, and has modern, cream fitted cupboards. It is well equipped with all the amenities you'll need, including a hob, oven, kettle, toaster etc.
The bedroom is spacious and has a double bed, storage space, two sash windows and a chest of drawers. The bathroom has a sink, a shower and a loo.
This stylish apartment is in a quiet, suburban area in West London. There are many lovely restaurants and cafes within a few minutes stroll, particularly along Ladbroke Grove, and the impressive new Westfield Shopping Centre is also within walking distance, with over 300 shops, a cinema and many restaurants and cafes.
Kensington Memorial Park is nearby or perhaps wander your way down Portobello Road through the famous markets stalls of fresh food, flowers, clothes and antiques.
Ladbroke Grove tube station is only 5 minutes' walk away and joins the Circle and the Hammersmith & City lines. From here you can be at Oxford Circus in 15 minutes, or if you fancy the bus instead, the number 7 goes direct from Oxford Gardens to Portobello Road and on to Selfridges and Oxford Street.
Head to South Kensington for the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Science Museum, and the Natural History Museum. There are also many boutique shops, trendy cafes and restaurants around this upmarket area to enjoy.
Area Description: "Notting Hill is a cosmopolitan district known for its summer carnival and perhaps more famously, Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts in Ã¢â‚¬Ëœthat' movie. It has a contemporary reputation as a fashionable and affluent area, known for attractive terraces of large Victorian townhouses, high-end retail and restaurants perfect for families of all sizes and ages.
The pastel-coloured homes are as iconic to London as Big Ben, and Portobello Market is a classically British attraction. With stalls of antiques, jewellery, furs, fresh street food and often performers amid the upmarket shops, this in an area which must be visited. Refuel in one of the charming cafes with a cappuccino and some artisan treats, or perhaps choose one of the many restaurants for an impressive dining experience. For cinema with a difference, the Electric Cinema offers leather armchairs, footstools and cashmere blankets.