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Property of the Day: Callcott Street, Kensington

Callcott Street in Kensington is known for its charming painted houses that bring a little colour to the most grey London days. And nestled behind one such exterior is this wonderful three-bedroom house…

The home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms across its three levels, featuring high specification built-in utilities including a Poggenpohl kitchen on the lower ground floor.

And while the exterior is colourful, the interior has been completely refurbished with a neutral palette to provide a blank canvas for your own style.

Everything has been designed with space and light in mind. There’s an open plan kitchen and dining room, a large reception room and plenty of large windows, as well as more outdoor space than usual in central London with a rear garden and roof terrace.

Each of the three bedrooms comes with unique features, including a walk-in closet in the master bedroom, a guest bedroom with an en suite bathroom and a third bedroom that leads directly onto the roof terrace.

Further highlights include wooden floors throughout, a feature fireplace and built-in bookshelves in the study.

You don’t get a much better location in west London than Callcott Street, which is situated between Kensington Palace Gardens and Holland Park

You don’t get a much better location in west London than Callcott Street, which is situated in a spot known as Hillgate Village, between Kensington Palace Gardens and Holland Park.

There are green spaces on the doorstep, the shops, bars and restaurants of Westbourne Grove, and Notting Hill Gate station is just down the road, if you can bear to leave.

Callcott Street is on the market with Savills Kensington for £2.75 million



 

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