Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill, London, W11


Arranged over five floors, this new build five bedroom house has been meticulously planned out to create living spaces that flow perfectly.

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Home Audio System
  • Filtered Air Cooling
  • Garage
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Media Room
  • Full ADT alarm and CCTV
  • Underfloor Heating
  • 2 RBKC Parking Permits

The house provides two reception rooms, over the first lower ground and ground floors. The second lower ground floor houses the media room and first courtyard, as well as a bedroom with adjoining bathroom, en-suite gym/bedroom and an additional guest cloakroom. The first lower ground floor provides a spacious open plan layout with reception room and kitchen, with an additional courtyard space providing a second outside space.

The further three floors comprise the second reception room, a further WC, a spacious master bedroom suite with a dressing room and bathroom with a large porcelene bath, in addition to the remaining two en-suite bedrooms.

The property also boasts high ceilings, an integral garage, French doors and a marble entrance hall.

Ladbroke Grove’s crescents and gardens owe their design to the Hippodrome, a racecourse that was built here in 1837, with the roads following the original course of the track. The road is perfectly located for the boutiques and restaurants of Notting Hill, Portobello Road and Ledbury Road. Local Portobello Road market is renowned for its charming appeal, and featured in the 1999 film Notting Hill. Steeped in history yet always on the cusp of the latest trends, Ladbroke Grove is truly one of the gems of London.

London is justly famous for areas that succeed in combining elegant places to live with a bustling informality.

Central (West) London
Central London:
3 miles
City of London:
5.75 miles
Canary Wharf:
9 miles
London City Airport:
12.5 miles
London Heathrow Airport:
14.5 miles
Gatwick Airport:
53.1 miles

notting hill

One excellent example is Notting Hill, close to the North Western corner of Kensington Gardens. Its fine white stucco houses with their elegant pillars are set amongst a fabulous mix of specialist shops, cafés and award-winning restaurants, the splendid Coronet cinema (once a Victorian theatre) and, of course, the famous Portobello market which runs the length of the area from top to bottom. You’ll have seen the movie Notting Hill; the reality is pleasingly similar.

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