Bedford Gardens Kensington W8
- 6 Bedrooms
- 7 Bathrooms
- 6 Reception rooms
This unique, wide, low built six bedroom house situated in between Kensington and Notting Hill offers a spectacular finish throughout.
Refurbished to incorporate the main house and mews
house at the rear with a double heighted basement running
between the two. With four large en-suite bedrooms in
the main house, all with grand proportions and an exquisite
finish. The mews house offers a double garage and a large
south facing home office, which has the potential to be
turned into a further bedroom to accompany one other on
the top floor. The house comes with two immaculate kitchens, gym facilities, home cinema and further staff
Throughout the house there is plenty of
room for entertaining with multiple la]rge open spaces filled
with plenty of natural light.
Bedford Gardens is located between Kensington Church Street and Campden Hill Road. Therefore it is ideally located for the abundance of shops, restaurants and transport facilities on both Notting Hill Gate (Central line, District and Circle lines) and Kensington High Street (District/Circle lines). Also within walking distance of the property are the beautiful open spaces of both Holland Park and Kensington Gardens and a fantastic collections of the best schools.
Principle Bedroom with
En Suite and Walk-In Closet
4 Additional Bedrooms
2 Guest W/C
2 Reception Rooms
Entertainment Room with Bar
Garage with 2 Parking Space
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