Description In a quiet residential street between Bayswater and Notting Hill, this Grade II listed building was once registered on Historic England’s “heritage at risk” list. Fast-forward to today, and a sensitive renovation project conducted by property developers Alchemi Group and architects TateHindle restored the property to its former sophisticated grandeur. With interior design by Studio L London, this three-bedroom lateral apartment honours its period pedigree whilst showcasing considered style and modern technology.
Past the sympathetically-retained stucco façade and balustrades, ascend to the second floor. An entrance hallway is immaculately-laid with parquet floors, leading past sliding doors into the reception room. Heritage symmetry is afforded with a pair of sash windows that channel natural light. Engineered oak flooring flow through double doors into the sunlit kitchen and dining room. A marble-topped island centres the culinary space, which is finished with runs of pale cabinetry accented with silver hardware and integrated Miele appliances.
The principal bedroom is all pared-back tones and soft carpets, complete with fitted mirrored wardrobes. Its en suite bathroom is a masterpiece in marble, with monochrome tiling that frames a dual vanity and whitewashed tub. A guest bedroom suite shares the minimalist palette, contrasted boldly by its bathroom: Bright teal tiles create an uplifting character for the space. A third bedroom offers versatility to be used as a quiet office, served by a shower room finished with pale grey metro tiles.
With an exciting development of Queensway’s streetscape currently underway – including Parisian-style pavilions, calming greenery and a wealth of boutiques – Leinster Square is perfectly positioned to reap all the benefits of this burgeoning community. In ten minutes, reach the manicured lawns of Hyde Park, awaiting summertime picnics, early-morning swims or a trip to the Serpentine Gallery. Notting Hill’s most fashionable street Westbourne Grove is also on your doorstep. Brunches are best at Beam or Farmacy, and grocery essentials sourced from Daylesford and Planet Organic. There’s a host of transport options available, linking up to the rest of London and beyond.
Bayswater – 7 mins (Circle, District)
Queensway – 10 mins (Central)
Royal Oak – 10 mins (Hammersmith & City)<br /><br />
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||1%||£15,388,929||39.9||0.6|
|Block of flats||0.4%||£40,124,983||3.8||2.8|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£1,048,856 (7)||£1,505,714 (21)||£2,329,212 (33)||£2,845,600 (25)||£4,023,750 (20)|
|Flats||£677,433 (368)||£1,088,711 (476)||£1,880,092 (251)||£2,680,508 (53)||£4,841,658 (6)|
|All||£684,366 (375)||£1,106,331 (497)||£1,932,278 (284)||£2,733,422 (78)||£4,212,498 (26)|