KENSINGTON PARK MEWS
A quiet cul-de-sac property that captures the history of Notting Hill; charming blonde-brick facades, sash windows that channel the sun and a cobbled, lantern-lit path. This three-bedroom mews home has been refurbished and architecturally refined for a thoroughly 21st-century future.
Modern living is spread across three floors. Its inverted design makes the most of the outdoor spaces. The first-floor open-plan living space is the social heart of the home with bedrooms arranged above and below. Framed by large windows that offer views across the mews, this space is cleverly zoned for lounging, dining and cooking. Its whitewashed framework leaves room to run with you creativity – statement artwork, look-at-me accessories. And a fireplace that sits at the centre.
The handleless kitchen is fuss-free and ergonomic – appliances that make light work of mealtimes, smooth, easy-to-clean counters and windows that flood the space with natural light. Around the corner, French doors open on to a terrace.
On the second level, the master bedroom is etched into the gabled eaves. The palette is simple – soft greys and baby blues – and the atmosphere is laid back. Built-in storage takes advantage of its top-floor roof space. It is served by a bright en suite. The ground floor is divided between three equally peaceful bedrooms that share a family bathroom. One has access to the patio garden.