Notting Hill Lofts

Notting Hill Lofts

A converted church in one of London’s most exclusive residential areas. The building consists of 14 apartments, including 7 duplexes, which were originally sold as shells. The highest quality materials and sophisticated IT and audio visual systems have been fitted. The local landmark has been radically altered to meet the requirements of today's property market: Two completely new floors and a secure basement car park have been added. However, the character of the building has been retained and many original features remain unchanged.

The Notting Hill Lofts development is situated close to the epicentre of this dynamic London district, at the junction of Ledbury Road and Westbourne Grove, making it an ideal location for living in Notting Hill. Restaurants and pubs such as E&O, The Westbourne and Tom Conran's The Cow are nearby. Notting Hill has been the focus of a vibrant, cosmopolitan community since the 1950s. This is apparent from a glance at the stalls on Portobello Market, where antiques and fresh produce from around the world are sold alongside vintage clothing straight from the pages of Vogue and many of the capital's top fashion boutiques are in walking distance.

Transport Links

Underground links: Notting Hill Gate (Circle, District and Central Lines) and
Westbourne Park (Hammersmith & City Line).

Bus links: There are numerous bus links providing extensive travel connections across London.

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