Price £2,750,000 Available
  • Master suite over second floor
  • Flexible layout
  • Kitchen
  • Study
  • Converted garage
  • First floor reception
  • Three bathrooms, one cloakroom
  • Dining Room
  • South facing patio garden
  • Air conditioning and under-floor heating

A fully refurbished, architect designed mews house over only three floors (non-basement) in Addison Place, W11. On the ground floor, a converted garage and study lead through to a glorious elliptical feature staircase. An occasional second bedroom/dining room and the kitchen both open out to a private south facing patio garden. A shower room and guest cloakroom complete the ground floor. The first room off the stairs is a suspended glass mezzanine, with a dumb waiter giving the owner the option to use this as a dining room or further seating area/study. The first floor is given over to a double aspect reception room perfectly suited for entertaining. An attractive marble bathroom lies further up the stairs, with the entire second floor makes up the master suite, including a further en-suite shower room. Air conditioning is found in the principal rooms, with under-floor heating in the tiled areas.

Addison Place is a secluded, part cobbled, backwater just off the exclusive Addison Avenue, in the heart of the Norland Conservation Area. The open spaces of Holland Park are only a few minutes` walk away and the excellent local shopping and transport facilities are close to hand at Holland Park Avenue and the Westfield complex.

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