Palace Place Mansions, Kensington, W8

£1,050 Per Week Let Agreed

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Local Authority: Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
  • Council Tax Band: G
  • Energy Performance: C

Internal Area (approx.): 111 sqm / 1,195 sq ft

Nestled within the heart of Kensington, Palace Place Mansions presents a luxurious lifestyle in a historic setting. This exquisite two-bedroom apartment, situated on the ground floor of an elegant red brick mansion block, offers a seamless blend of contemporary design and timeless elegance.

The focal point of the residence is its spacious open-plan living, dining, and kitchen area, where traditional features harmonise with modern elements. Admire the ornate plastered ceiling and cornices, while enjoying the comfort of a sleek kitchen equipped with a center island and top-of-the-line appliances, illuminated by wall-mount and tension wire spot lights. Boasting high ceilings and ample natural light pouring in from the expansive bay windows, this room exudes a grand ambiance.

The master bedroom offers generous proportions, featuring built-in shelves and wardrobes for ample storage, along with a stylish en suite bathroom for relaxation. A second double bedroom, and a sophisticated family bathroom, offer comfortable and elegant living spaces, adding to the allure of this distinguished property.

Residents of Palace Place Mansions enjoy access to a stunning communal terrace offering breathtaking views of London’s skyline. Located in Kensington, this luxury apartment is just moments away from the city’s finest dining establishments, bars, renowned shopping destinations like Harrods, cultural attractions, and the serene beauty of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park.

Adding to its allure, Palace Place Mansions holds a fascinating historical significance. Once a pioneering electricity generating station built in 1888, it was the first building in London to have electric street lighting. The original generating equipment, installed by Colonel Compton, remains a testament to its heritage. Notably, the building boasts the distinction of housing London’s first electric lift, a historic antique cherished by its manufacturer.

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