Newton Court, Kensington, W8

£2,495,000 Asking Price For Sale

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Lease Expiry: 2111
  • Ground Rent: £100
  • Service Charge: £10,000
  • Local Authority: The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
  • Council Tax Band: H
  • Energy Performance: D

Internal Area (approx.): 165 sqm / 1,778 sq ft

This 1,778 sq ft, three-bedroom apartment, situated on the first floor of a wonderful building on Kensington Church Street, has been designed by the current owners to the most exacting standards.

The reception room has a warm and social feel, with the living area sitting side-by-side with a beautiful dining area. The space is flooded with natural light from the three large sash windows, with herringbone flooring and a bespoke joinery complimenting the luxury finish found throughout the apartment. There is a wonderful fluidity between the rooms, enhanced by the warm hues of wood contrasting with the crisp white paintwork of the interior walls and ceilings. Clever use is made of surfaces, which bounce the light, magnifying the apartment’s considered linearity.

An oversized pocket door divides the living room from the kitchen, retaining the communication between the two rooms, whilst concealing a clever antique mirrored bar area. A small balcony can be found just off the kitchen, which overlooks the interior courtyard. There is a built-in breakfast counter and a host of integrated cupboards, creating a modern minimalist look. Calcutta Marble worktops finish this bespoke stylish room.

The principal bedroom, and second bedroom feature beautifully fitted wardrobes, en suite bathrooms, and huge windows bathing the room in natural light. The second of the double bedrooms is located adjacent to the reception room, and boasts bespoke fitted wardrobes and two sash windows.

High Street Kensington and Kensington Gardens are just moments away, providing easy access to a plethora of amenities, attractions and picnic spots.


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