Lansdowne Walk, Notting Hill W11
Guide price £13.25m
A rare unlisted double-fronted mid-19th century low-built semi-detached house with an integral garage, linked self-contained flat and a large south-facing walled garden. The outlook at the front is over Hanover communal gardens, to which there is entitlement to access, and the delightfully maintained garden at the rear adjoins other extensive gardens.
The property has been in its present family occupation for nearly 30 years and is ripe for upgrading (and extending both below ground and above, subject to the usual consents). As now arranged, the accommodation provides:
– 5 bedrooms
– 2 bathrooms, shower room
– drawing room, dining room, 2 studies, sitting/family room, kitchen
– conservatory, utility room, garage with workshop above
– separate self-contained apartment with kitchen & bathroom
It’s exceptionally unusual to find a house in Notting Hill with a long green outlook at both front and rear, and as far as we know it’s only on this particular street — and the less interesting houses on Ladbroke Square — where the properties’ own gardens also face south. A truly serendipitous position.