A beautifully refurbished two bedroom flat with access to communal gardens.
This bright and stylishly presented flat is located in a handsome, stucco fronted building, steeped in history and benefits from views over the beautiful communal gardens. There is also a large demised loft, providing excellent storage space and the purchaser is also eligible to apply for access to Ladbroke Square and Stanley South communal gardens.
From 1897 1904, 31 Kensington Park Gardens was home to the Llewellyn Davies family, the inspiration behind JM Barries most beloved fairy tale, Peter Pan. The flat is located only a short walk from the shopping and transport facilities of Notting Hill Gate and Westbourne Grove, as well the open spaces of Holland Park.Read all
- Entrance hall
- Open plan kitchen/reception room
- Two bedrooms
- Loft storage
- Communal gardens
- EPC rating D
- Map & Street View
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