Keller Williams UK
2 bed Apartment For Sale

St. Quintin Gardens

£850,000

Property Description

  • Designed by Wyld Architects
  • Roof terrace
  • Wood flooring
  • Within close proximity to Ladbroke Grove & White City underground stations

A spectacular and original architect-designed apartment spanning three levels of an end-of-terrace Victorian building in North Kensington has come on the market for sale. This outstanding two-bedroom property combines clever and unusual geometries of living space with high-quality design features and finishes throughout. The apartment opens out from a first-floor entrance up to a second floor living area with stylish open plan kitchen and dining room sitting on a polished parquet floor. There are two generous bedrooms at this level: the first with a high ceiling, the second with access to an attractive roof terrace. There is also a superbly finished and tiled bathroom with a separate shower and bathtub. Stacked above is a separate sitting room on a mezzanine level which sits in a double-height void and appears to float over the main living space. This is a must-see apartment with the wow factor for anyone interested in contemporary lifestyle design. It benefits from a warm, earthy, organic feel throughout with exposed brickwork and natural wood surfaces creating a welcoming ambience. Located on St Quintin Gardens W10, the property is ideally placed to explore the shops, cafes and other social amenities of Portobello Road and Golborne Road. Westfield Shopping Centre and White City Soho House are also close by. White City (Central Line) and Ladbroke Grove (Hammersmith & City Line) underground stations are both 0.7 miles away, and easy access to the A40 provides road links out of London to Heathrow Airport and beyond.

Leasehold Information

Number of years remaining on the lease: 962 years

Current ground rent and any review period:
- £1 per year
Current service charge and any review period:
- £1 per year
Council tax band: E

To discuss this property please contact Nathan Myerson on: