A stylish three-bedroom flat with grand interiors within strolling distance of Kensington High Street.
Upon entering the flat on the upper ground floor, the front hall leads to a spacious reception room featuring a bay window that amplifies both space and natural light. This room seamlessly connects to a second reception room on the opposite side of the home, where French doors open onto a terrace. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the area with light, and adjacent is a modern kitchen adorned with sleek metal finishes and a balcony overlooking the garden below.
Descending to the lower level, the flat boasts three bedrooms, each with its ensuite bathroom. Two of the bedrooms boast expansive walls of windows and French doors providing access to the terrace. The third bedroom features a bay window, an extra storage cupboard, and opens onto a front patio, offering independent access to the street.
Throughout the flat, underfloor heating adds to the comfort, and the decor exudes an elegant charm.
The property boasts a pair of paved terraces spanning two floors, linked by a spiral staircase, offering ample space for outdoor dining.
Observatory Gardens, with its intriguing history as the former site of astronomer Sir James South's observatory, features a dome crafted by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The street, originally laid out in 1870 and constructed in 1883, showcases red brick houses designed in the Revival style of that era. However, a complete overhaul in 1990 retained the original façade while transforming the interiors into luxurious flats.
Today, Observatory Gardens enjoys a prime location. The nearby Holland Park and Kensington Gardens are easily accessible, as is Kensington High Street with its renowned array of restaurants and shops, along with convenient proximity to the underground station.
- 24 Hour Security
- Ground Floor
- Off Street Parking
- Long Let