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Situated on a row of huge, stucco-fronted villas on one of the grandest streets in the area and further abroad, check out Notting Hill’s world famous markets, bars and bistros. Returning to this house after a day out you’ll find the perfect blend of modern family comfort and aristocratic English charm.

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Description

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Built in 1850, and having once been occupied by a 19th century brewhouse-owner, this is now a beautiful five bedroom, five bathroom family home.

Inside

High ceilings and stucco work pervade throughout this stunning home. Sitting Room with fireplace, TV & DVD on the ground floor, high spec fully-equipped Kitchen looking out over the lush garden from the conservatory with dining area. There is also a grand dining room, where the family can be entertained around the long table seating 10. Spectacular drawing room, complete with baroque antiques, marble fireplace, gilt mirrors and a chandelier. Grand piano and chess on the glass-topped table.

Bedrooms

Three classically-decorated twin bedrooms, the spacious double ensuite, or, the split level master suite with walk in wardrobe, marble bathroom and king size mahogany bed.

Outside

Lush green garden with patio.

Location

Near to the famous Portobello Road.

Staff & Dining

Please enquire for more information.

Things to Do

Stone’s throw from Portobello Road, making it one of the most highly-coveted residential areas in the city.  On a sunny day, picnic in Kensington Gardens, or have a peek inside the local institution, Alice’s Antiques.  If it happens to be pouring down, take the eight minute tube ride into central London and shelter in Selfridges.