In London’s Notting Hill, a striking house in a private garden square – Low Calorie Diets Tips

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location: London, United Kingdom

Price: £9.9 million (US$12.4 million)

This stylish and modern notting hill The townhouse sits behind a striking, beautifully maintained 1950s white stucco facade in a series of “very elegant, typically London buildings,” according to listing agent Louisa Brodie.

The residence is set behind a striking 1850s white stucco facade overlooking a tranquil garden square.

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Designed by Banda Property, the three-story home overlooks an idyllic, private garden space and benefits from high ceilings, lots of natural light and “a mix of large, flexible spaces but also more private, cozy nooks,” Ms. Brodie said.

A distraction from Banda’s trademark neutral color palettes, this house is bursting with bold, confident colors, patterns and earth tones, while still showcasing the brand’s signature use of natural materials and textures. An eclectic mix of furniture, antique gems, retro classics and bespoke pieces by Banda is complemented by newer, carefully curated pieces from emerging artisans and designers, according to Ms. Brodie.

The dining area is painted in Paint & Paper Library ‘Masai’ with a distinctive central ‘Melting Pod’ oval dining table by Dirk Van der Kooij. Image 3: The kitchen features a dramatic cantilevered island in gold and gray veined Calacatta Oro marble, the lower portion of which is set up as a breakfast table surrounded by antique wooden dining chairs.

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A huge antique 19th century French pine cabinet sits in the corner of the kitchen, adding warmth and texture to the clean lines of the kitchen.

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“For this family townhouse, we incorporated more colourful, playful themes into the design, which is a departure from the muted and understated themes of some of our recent projects,” said Edo Mapelli Mozzi, founder and creative director of Banda, which currently has a number of Projects underway around the world.

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The 4,500 square foot townhouse unit features three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms distributed over the lower, first and second floors of a seven story building with a total of 15 units.


This central London townhouse benefits from a significant amount of outdoor space. In addition to the private garden space just outside, which residents can access with a key fob, the house itself has a 185 square meter private garden at the back (which can be accessed from both the lower and first floors). , as well as a 40 square meter terrace on the second level in front of the master bedroom.

Each unit in the building has access to concierge service Monday through Friday. The concierge can take deliveries, give contractors access, and maintain common areas in the building, meaning this home “could be a lock-up-and-leave just as it could be a primary residence, which is pretty unique to have without huge service fees.” said Mrs. Brodie. “With fantastic gyms in the area and Hyde Park close by, we didn’t feel like we needed onsite gym facilities so we were able to keep annual service charges to a minimum.”

Inside the house has a huge entertainment zone on the lower level, complete with a cinema room, bar and wine room, as well as a beautifully designed children’s room and play den.

The kitchen leads into a cozy TV room with a curved sofa.

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The children’s room leads through a dressing area into a children’s den, which features a reading nook with a natural linen canopy and mustard-colored striped wallpaper.

Banda/Ben Anders

neighborhood notes

Leinster Square’s enviable central London location in Notting Hill is “wonderfully positioned for amenities while also being a quiet area full of beautiful historic buildings,” said Ms Brodie. A stone’s throw from the fine restaurants and boutiques of Westbourne Grove and Hereford Road, the location is also moments from the much-anticipated Queensway redevelopment that will “bring new life to the area, including world-class shopping and dining.” ‘ said Ms. Brodie.

The location is also just a short walk from the vast, idyllic green space of Hyde Park and also benefits from very easy access via Notting Hill Gate, Queensway and Bayswater underground stations, while Heathrow Airport can be reached in 30 minutes by by train via the Paddington Heathrow Express.

“It’s a very safe, family-friendly neighborhood,” said Ms. Brodie, who also noted the appeal of the home’s proximity to green space in today’s work climate. “If you need to work a little more at home, you can also have a nice garden spot to look out over and be closer to the parks to exercise.”

The address is also within walking distance of some of the best prep schools in London including Pembridge Hall and Wetherby Prep.

agent: Louisa Brodie, property of Banda

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