Royal Neighbours

  • By Bertie Russell
  • 16 May 2018

Among the many antiques shops, flower-clad pubs and restaurants in Kensington Church Street in W8, a piece of eye-catching architecture has sprung up.

The Lantern is an exclusive, über-sleek development of just four apartments, designed to feature plenty of interlocking, floor-to-ceiling glass triangles.

Perched at the top is this striking duplex penthouse, a showcase for light, lateral living space, incorporating three bedrooms and bathrooms on the first level, topped by an impressive angular reception/dining room, a streamline, minimal kitchen and a study, along with stairs up to a divine roof terrace giving breathtaking 360-degree views across Kensington Palace Gardens and the capital beyond.

Basement storage space and off-street parking is available.

It’s on the market for £4.95 million through Russell Simpson (020 7225 0277).

See the full Russell Simpson property details here.

Read the original article here.

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