With a charcoal-black facade that faces an old-world cobbled mews, Powis Mews is a house that impresses instantly. Inside, finishes are as stand-out as its exterior; marble, limestone and onyx handpicked from Italy. As you enter, there’s a fantastic sense of space thanks to its open-plan layout and the triple-height void that connects the living areas – an architectural masterstroke that might reduce square footage but amps up the splendour.
Limestone tiles connect the ground floor, where a walnut kitchen is centred by an island-cum-breakfast bar. Chef-grade appliances and full-length wine storage are seamlessly integrated into expertly crafted joinery and bronze oxidised surfaces. In the dining area, the focal point jumps between the low-hanging lighting and vivid artwork. An en-suite bedroom is a tranquil retreat from the social spaces.
Downstairs you’ll find a study area and another en-suite bedroom. Here, a living wall draws on nature and a dedicated dressing area includes chic storage. The bathroom, fitted with a dual vanity, freestanding bath and rainfall shower, is all marble surfaces and matte black finishes. On the lower floor, a double reception room spread across smooth parquet floors. Sleek furnishings and eclectic artwork set the tone but it’s the fireplace that’s the standout feature here – its grand dimensions and opulent finish create a stately feel.
On the top floor, the flawless master suite is framed by generous skylights and doors that open onto Juliet balconies, each overlooking the quiet mews. Glass walls diffuse light across its spacious proportions – from the sitting area to the lightwell and over the contemporary fireplace. Above the elevated bed, the de Gournay wallpaper creates a feature wall. The en-suite bathroom is immaculate and centred around a glowing pink onyx vanity. To one side is an integrated step-down bath. On the other, a timber-clad TyloHelo sauna. From this floor, climb the stairs to an enormous, decked roof garden enclosed by greenery..
Powis Mews connects Talbot Road with Westbourne Park Road and is close to Notting Hill’s best eateries, bars and independent shops. From here, you’re in easy reach of the Ledbury, The Cow and buzzy Portobello Road, where vintage markets and stalls selling fresh produce create a dynamic energy. Further down, Westbourne Grove is lined with boutiques and cafes to keep you occupied.<br /><br />
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||1.4%||£4,754,167||4||3|
|Block of flats||0.2%||£3,200,000||6||6|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£720,000 (5)||£1,762,075 (12)||£3,229,423 (26)||£4,809,615 (13)||£5,000,000 (12)|
|Flats||£700,671 (104)||£1,130,419 (162)||£2,236,577 (57)||£2,770,625 (8)||£11,950,000 (1)|
|All||£701,558 (109)||£1,173,981 (174)||£2,547,589 (83)||£4,032,857 (21)||£5,534,615 (13)|