Mews house in private road with 2 reception rooms, terrace garden and secure parking. Most fabulous Notting Hill location!
This large property offers excellent value for families. A Georgian-style townhouse is in a quiet courtyard, near Portobello Road in fashionable Notting Hill.
Enter the property and you'll find an elegant dining room at the front of the house, with a dark wood dining table and matching dining chairs. Through the hallway to the back and there is an airy kitchen with cream, fitted cupboards and helpful amenities such as a hob, oven, dishwasher and washing machine. There's a kitchen table and chairs for an informal breakfast and a tiled floor. The back door leads out onto a pretty terraced garden where there's a table and chairs to enjoy a morning cup of tea in the sun, or perhaps dine al fresco.
On the first floor you come to the spacious sitting room, with its comfy cream sofa, 2 armchairs and several glass-topped coffee tables. At the back of the house on this floor is the master bedroom with a double bed, bedside tables with lamps, a chest of drawers and a large built-in mirror-fronted wardrobe. The en suite bathroom has a bath with a shower attachment over it, a loo and a sink.
On the top floor, there is another double bedroom with two chest of drawers and sash windows. The third bedroom is at the front of the house with a single bed, a desk with a chair and a large modern wardrobe. The fourth room can be setup with a mattress to make it a bedroom. Also present is a desk with a chair - The second bathroom is on this floor and has a bath with a shower, a sink and a loo.
There is also a guest loo on the ground floor and secure, off-street parking with this property.
The house is in a fantastic location in the sought-after West London neighbourhood of Notting Hill. The upmarket area has an array of boutique and antique shops to explore, as well as many trendy bars, restaurants and popular street food vendors! Explore the backstreets nearby for chic cafes such as Charlie's and art galleries hidden among the cobbled side-streets.
Portbello Road, just a minute's walk away, has a famous market which is popular with both locals and travellers alike, and offers a great assortment of items, from bags, clothes and jewellery to fruit and vegetables and fresh juices. For some green space, Ladbroke Square Garden and Holland Park are both nearby.
You are within very easy reach of many other interesting places in the capital, such as Kensington High Street (1 stop on the tube) with its many more fine dining restaurants and designer shops. South Kensington for some excellent museums (the Natural History Museum, Science Museum and the Victoria & Albert) is also close to the house only 3 tube stops or a short bus ride away.
For transport, Notting Hill Gate tube station is only a 7 minute walk away, and joins the Central, Circle and District lines. From here you can be at Oxford Street in 8 minutes and the West End is only a few minutes walk from here (or go one stop further to Tottenham Court Road).
The high-end neighbourhood of Chelsea is also not far away: just head to Sloane Square on the Circle or District lines and you'll find designer brand shops and famous restaurants.
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.
Nearby Westbourne Grove is the perfect spot for some shopping and brunch at Nicole Farhi's 202 which comprises both cafÃƒÂ© and fashion boutique. The area has also had an association with artists and Ã¢â‚¬Ëœalternative' culture for some time with Notting Hill Arts Club a Ã¢â‚¬Ëœmuso' favourite. Its cultural diversity, proximity to central London and large family homes make it a prime location for a stylish stay for all the family."
Additional Features: Parking - private, Washing machine, TV, High-speed Internet, WiFi, Oven, Stove, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Freezer, Toaster, Water kettle, Patio/deck/Terrace
Property Type: House