London - Garden House

£766,770 - £2.359M1-3 bedrooms

Located within one of London’s most prestigious neighbourhoods, within a stone’s throw of elegant Westbourne grove, home to renowned designers and luxury brands as well as fashionable Portobello Road with its antic boutiques and nice restaurants, Garden House represents one of those unique opportunities to purchase a property opening onto a private garden square.

Based in zone 1 of London, there are two tubes stations within 5 minute walk, enabling future owners to commute easily to the rest of London. A forthcoming Crossrail is also planned for 2018, enabling to travel in and around London even more easily. This development is part of the £1 billion regeneration of nearby Queensway set to create a new urban village and transform the area in to the ‘new Covent Garden of West London’.

Overlooking tranquil Kensington Gardens Square, the properties for sale at Garden House are being completely renovated to offer a collection of one, two and three bedroom apartments. The properties will offer stunning ceiling heights and large bay windows opening onto the greenery of the square. The living spaces feature beautiful traditional architraves and fittings.

Each apartment at Garden House will benefit from a bespoke furniture, conceptualised by Residential Land’s own interior designers, as well as kitchens with fully integrated appliances and each home features advanced audio-visual technology, controlled by a Crestron home automation system.

A 24h concierge service will also be part of this stunning development.

Located within minutes of trendy Portobello Road and Westbourne Grove as well as close to beautiful Hyde Park, Garden House has everything on its doorstep to fully experience London. It is therefore ideal for an investor looking for a buy to let or whoever wanting a pied-à-terre in the British capital city.

About London

About London

United over 32 districts and an area of 1,572km sq, even locals can feel daunted at times by its sheer size. Yet what makes it seem so vast is London’s superb transport network, enabling its 9 million residents to hop around with relative ease –there’s little excuse not to visit that friend or new restaurant opening on the other side of town.Where possible, Londoners love to travel by foot, exploring the endless parks and green spaces that take up half of the city and make London one of the most verdant capitals in the world. [...]

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