Tor Gardens Kensington W8
- 6 Bedrooms
- 5 Bathrooms
- 4 Reception rooms
- Roof Terrace
This exceptional house in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has a long and rich history of which the recent two-and-a-half year total re-build is the latest chapter.
Built by Thomas Bridges in 1851, Tor Gardens is a unique, 42ft double width villa forming part of the historic and exclusive Pitt Estate. It sits in the Kensington Conservation Area between Notting Hill Gate and Kensington High Street and is a short stroll from Holland Park and Kensington Gardens.
With its mixture of large traditional windows, fine modern glazing, and south-facing garden, visitors to this magnificent property are immediately struck by its extraordinary light and volume. This elegant, yet contemporary home offers a spa and gym, sauna, Japanese plunge pool, wine cellar, surround-sound cinema and a large family room.
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