Clarendon Road Notting Hill W11

Asking Price: £ 7,700,000 Subject To Contract
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  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Reception rooms
  • Garden

A daring contrast to modern 21st-century minimalism. This Grade II Listed three-bedroom home sits at the end of a row of terraced townhouses on one of London’s most sought-after streets.

Grand proportions showcase the hallmarks of its period pedigree; ornate cornicing, parquet floors and corbel fire mantles. Interiors have been designed to match. Ornamental furnishings, reclaimed flooring, William Morris wallpaper and nature-inspired motifs memorialise its rich heritage.

At the rear, a mature walled garden framed in lush greenery. A free-flowing double reception room and balcony unfurls across the ground floor, covered in Versailles parquet wood. The palette here is earthy; forest greens and deep browns amplify the sense of space. Dual-aspect sash windows let natural light wash across the intricate ceiling mouldings, marble fire surround and cast-iron radiators. Diffused boundaries and lofty heights make it spacious and airy. Furnishings are dramatically patterned and masterfully carved; a winged, tufted sofa, a decorative fabric wall hanging and an east-Asian style folding screen. The lower floor is considerately zoned but open doorways retain a seamless flow. Midnight-blue cabinetry topped with terracotta-hued marble counters and wide plank wood floors dress the pared-back kitchen. It’s designed with practicality in mind; open shelving contoured into a rectangular alcove, built-in appliances and a casual dining area. The adjacent sitting room echoes the navy hues of the kitchen and can be easily closed off for privacy. Just beyond, a dining room inspired by the arts and crafts movement; flora and fauna motifs on Iksel wallpaper, Victorian-style drapery and striking colours, illuminated by a lantern skylight. French doors reveal a mature, brick-paved garden, framed by a striking wrought iron trellis. Its imposing presence is softened by the lush ivy that winds across it. The master suite takes over the entire first floor, with two sets of West facing French windows that open onto Juliet balconies. Details are meticulous here and replicate the themes of the social spaces downstairs; eye-catching De La Cuona wallpaper – cut from fabric – a fire mantel chiselled from the same stone as the kitchen countertops and additional Versailles parquet floors. Through the dedicated Fermoie-clad dressing space, a jewel-toned bathroom – all emerald greens, berry reds and damask prints – with a freestanding Water Monopoly boat bath and another Juliet balcony. The second floor is divided between two bedrooms and a reading room. The largest double – outfitted in more Iksel wallpaper – is served by a mint green en-suite bathroom. It’s equipped with an exposed chrome sink, another Water Monopoly bath and a separate shower.

Clarendon Road is a highly desirable tree-lined street. On your doorstep, an impressive showcase of Victorian and Georgian architecture – sandy bricks, grand porticos and ornate entablatures. Stroll south and you’ll reach peaceful Holland Park in five minutes. Take a breather in the Kyoto Gardens or head straight to the Design Museum on the other side. Spend weekends exploring Portobello Road and its string of vintage market stalls. Stop by the Electric Cinema and finish the evening at Gold. From here, you’ll be back home in ten.

Double reception room
Sitting room
Dining room opening onto the garden
Eat-in kitchen
Master suite with dressing room and en-suite bathroom
Two further double bedrooms, one with en-suite
Walled garden
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Approx 2651 sq ft / 246.28 sq m EPC=E

Tenure: Freehold

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TENANT FEES AND ADDITIONAL COSTS

In accordance with the Tenant Fees Act 2019, the rules for how fees will be charged for Assured Shorthold Tenancies (AST’s) are different to how fees will be charged for Non-Housing Act (NHA) tenancies.

Housing Act Tenancies: Assured Shorthold Tenancies (AST) Non-Housing Act Tenancies (NHA): Also known as 'Common Law Tenancies'
An AST is the most common type of type of tenancy if you rent from a private landlord or letting agent. An NHA tenancy is typically created if the rent is over £100,000 per year, or if it is a company tenancy.
You usually have an AST if:
  • The rent is less than £100,000 per year
  • You (the tenant) are an individual and are using the property as your main home
  • Your landlord doesn’t live in the property
  • The property is privately owned
A company tenancy is when a company takes on a residential tenancy agreement as the tenant. The company employee will live in the property as a ‘permitted occupant’.
An NHA tenancy would also be created if the property isn’t the tenant’s main home.

Housing Act Tenancies / Assured Shorthold Tenancies (AST)

In accordance with the Tenant Fees Act 2019, permitted payments by a tenant to a landlord or agent are listed below.

All fees are shown inclusive of VAT.

  • A refundable holding deposit (to reserve a property) capped at one week’s rent. This will be put towards your first rent payment due prior to the start of the tenancy. Please note: this will be withheld if any relevant person (including any guarantor(s) withdraw from the tenancy, fail a Right-to-Rent check, provide materially significant false or misleading information, or fail to sign their tenancy agreement within 15 calendar days (or other deadline as mutually agreed in writing).
  • Rent
  • A refundable deposit capped at no more than five weeks’ rent where the annual rent is less than £50,000, or six weeks’ rent where the total annual rent is £50,000 or more.
  • Payments to change the tenancy when requested by the tenant, capped at £50, or reasonable costs incurred if higher.
  • Payments associated with early termination of the tenancy when requested by the tenant – these include all costs, fees and charges incurred by the landlord for allowing early termination including the agents existing or re-letting fees.
  • Payments in respect of utilities, communication services, TV license and Council Tax.
  • A default fee for late payment of rent and replacement of a lost key / security device, where required under a tenancy agreement.
  • Green Deal charge.
  • Stamp Duty Land Tax – where the cumulative rent exceeds £125,000.

Non-Housing Act Tenancies

All fees are shown inclusive of VAT.

  • Holding deposit equivalent to one week’s rent. This will be put towards your first rent payment due prior to the start of the tenancy. We will retain your holding deposit should you withdraw from the tenancy.
  • Rent.
  • £36 per reference check (both for individuals and companies).
  • A deposit usually equivalent to six weeks’ rent, or if you have a pet this will usually be equivalent to eight weeks’ rent.
  • The cost of the check out of the inventory and schedule of condition at the end of the tenancy – the cost of this will vary depending on the size of the property.
  • Payments associated with early termination of the tenancy when requested by the tenant – these include all costs, fees and charges incurred by the landlord for allowing early termination including the agents existing or re-letting fees.
  • Payments in respect of utilities, communication services, TV license and Council Tax.
  • A default fee for late payment of rent and replacement of a lost key / security device, where required under a tenancy agreement.
  • Stamp Duty Land Tax – where the cumulative rent exceeds £125,000.

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