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Treadgold Street, W11

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£2,100,000

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House (3 bedrooms)

A tale of new beginnings unfolds across three floors in Treadgold Street. Woven with a transitional aesthetic of old and new, a yellow stock brick façade conceals the modern reimagining of this three-bedroom terrace. Its Victorian architecture sings in harmony with the nearby Avondale Conservation Area. Beyond the Flemish bond masonry and canted bay windows, an open-plan layout diffuses boundaries. On the ground floor, a traditionally-proportioned, double reception room is zoned for work and entertainment. Rays of natural light, channelled through the sash windows at the front, pick up the details on the reclaimed Victorian Hackney oak parquet flooring. Bibliophiles take note. Rows of bookshelves reach the contours of the high ceilings here. Three steps lead down to a modern kitchen and dining room, where marble surfaces, DeVol cobalt blue cabinetry and brass fittings strike a note of elegance. Two Crittall-style, Fabco doors and a wide skylight illuminates the side return with a soft glow and create an affinity between inside and out. On warmer days, escape to a paved and wonderfully leafy walled garden – the navy blue, latticed timber panels are perfect for climbing ivy. The first-floor en-suite bedroom, with its stripped wooden floors, cast iron radiators and chintz wallpaper, is fitted with built-in storage. In the bathroom, a twin vanity, a walk-in shower and a curved freestanding tub offer a soothing retreat after a long day. Past the storage in the hallway, a second bedroom invites creativity; remote workers can redefine it as a study or a home gym. A further en-suite bedroom is carved into the eaves. Carrara-patterned metro tiles and coal-black fittings characterise the contemporary bathroom, a contrast made sharper by a generous skylight.

Treadgold Street is moments away from the the many bars, restaurants and boutiques of both Notting Hill and Holland Park. Both the newly repurposed Television Centre (Soho House and Electric Cinema) and Westfield are also close by. Latimer Road is the nearest Underground station (Hammersmith & City and Circle lines) with Holland Park (Central line) also within walking distance.

  • Double reception room
  • DeVol kitchen / dining room with brass breakfast bar
  • Master bedroom with en-suite
  • Two guest bedrooms both with en-suite
  • Guest cloakroom
  • Walled garden
  • Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
  • Approx. 1,592 sq ft / 147.9 sq m. EPC=D

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