Duchess of Bedford House, Kensington

£2,500 per week

  • Number of beds: 2
  • Number of baths: 2
  • Number of reception rooms: 2

Net internal area (approx.): 134.8 sqm / 1,451 sq ft

A well proportioned and beautifully refurbished two bedroom, two bathroom apartment boasting a fantastic balance between entertaining and bedroom space with a contemporary décor. The accommodation is entered on the fifth floor (with lift) and comprises of a double reception room with separated dining area. There is a bespoke, fully fitted kitchen featuring space for dining along with good storage including a pantry. The two bedroom suites offer built in storage and sleek ensuite bathrooms.  The apartment further benefits from a large guest cloakroom and hardwood flooring in the reception rooms.  Duchess of Bedford House benefits from 24 hour porterage, communal gardens and an enviable location close to Holland Park and Kensington High Street.

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Why we love... Kensington

Kensington portrays regal elegance.  Old-world buildings seamlessly blend with the glass windows of artisanal shops, bakeries and international consulates, lending the neighbourhood an air of polished refinement and perfect finishing.

Its opulence doesn’t detract from the neighbourhood’s inviting nature and history – Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace, and the area’s museums are frequented by locals and visitors alike.

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Duchess of Bedford House, Kensington

£2,500 per week

For more information about this property or to arrange a viewing, please use our enquiry form to the right, call us on +44 (0) 20 7361 0400 or email us directly at info@wilfords.com.

Alternatively, drop in and see us at Wilfords London, 6 Holland Street, W8 4LT.

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