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A charming wide semi-detached period family house on this most sought after road in Kensington. The house enjoys exceptional scale and volume with excellent light and a series of elegant reception rooms on the ground and first floors.
The family kitchen is located at the rear of the ground floor opening onto a south facing terrace with steps down to the landscaped south facing garden, benefitting from separate side access. The first floor is arranged as a very impressive double reception room with elegant proportions, together with two studies. The master bedroom is arranged over the entire second floor with a further three bedrooms, two bathrooms and laundry/utility on the third (top) floor. The lower ground floor includes a large, light family room opening onto the south facing garden, together with a further bedroom and a secondary kitchen – this floor could easily become a self-contained flat if required.
Upper Phillimore Gardens is the heart of The Phillimore Estate and a highly sought after street of large period houses, very well located for all local amenities with Holland Park and Kensington Palace Gardens within easy reach, together with Notting Hill Gate to the North and High Street Kensington to the South.
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