- Five principal bedrooms
- Two reception rooms
- Four bathrooms
- Utility room
- Full basement under the garden
- Further sixth bedroom/office/playroom
- Kitchen (Bulthaup)
- Under-floor heating
- Wine cellar
- Private west facing garden & private Parking
A beautifully presented five bedroom house with west facing garden and private parking for two cars. The basement conversion, offering fantastic floor to ceiling height, runs the entire length of the house to the rear of the garden. Recent changes to planning laws mean that this would not be possible under current regulations.
Refurbished to an excellent standard within the last 5 years, the house is fully double glazed, with the reception floors benefitting from under-floor heating. The basement offers a large reception with built in surround sound, utility room, w/c, wine cellar and (dependent on requirements) either an en suite sixth bedroom, large office or playroom. Entered from Abbotsbury Close, the entrance hall leads to a superb Bulthaup kitchen with space for dining, and a reception room leading out on to the west facing garden via bi-fold doors. There is a master with en-suite shower room, with four further bedrooms and two further bathrooms on the first and second floors.
No. 41 is on the mid-section of Abbotsbury Road, conveniently located for the entrance to the open spaces of Holland Park itself, almost directly opposite the house. The wonderful local shops, cafe culture and the excellent transport links on Holland Park Avenue and Kensington are within easy reach, giving direct access to the City and West End.
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