Situated in Kensington on the door stop to fashionable Notting Hill Gate this well presented two double bedroom garden flat.
This well presented property is a home away from home with comfortable, tasteful furniture and a wonderful range of artwork and personal touches.
The apartment is bright and spacious with a lovely patio garden. The property boast hard wood floors, central heating and all modern conveniences and broadband
An addtional sleeper can be provided in the Lounge offering great value for 6 guests.
TheWestbourne Park tube station is 4 minutes away.
The Ladbroke Grove tube station is 7 minutes away
and Paddington tube + mainline station is 25 minutes walk or 7 minutes on a bus
The area offer great bus connections
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: London Heathrow|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 2|
Westbourne is an area now in west London which has transferred its name to local streets such as Westbourne Grove and also to the River Westbourne which used to form the eastern boundary of the area but which has been diverted underground to form one of the lost or Subterranean rivers of London.
The hamlet of Westbourne, centered on what is still called Westbourne Green, was an old settlement to the west of Paddington. It included a mansion house and a farmhouse. It is recorded in 1222 as Westeburn and in 1294 as Westborn. Westbourne Green is recorded as Westborne Grene in 1548, Washborne Green in 1680 and Wesbourne Green in 1754.
Westbouren Park is well situated for access to Central London and the A40 Motorway to the West of England
Westbourne Grove is a retail road running across Notting Hill, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, a section of West London. It runs from Kensington Park Road in the west to Queensway in the east, crossing over Portobello Road. It contains a mixture of independent and chain retailer and has been termed both "fashionable" and "up-and-coming".
The Notting Hill Carnival passes along the central part of Westbourne Grove.
There are a number of popular shopping destinations located around Westbourne Grove, such as Ledbury Road, Holland Park Avenue, Portobello Market, and Clarendon Cross. The eastern end of the road, east of Chepstow Road, is currently undergoing a particularly rapid exciting period of transformation by trendy restaurants and interesting individual shops.
When the London magazine Time Out was featuring west London in its 9–16 August 1997 issue, it picked on Westbourne Grove as its representative:
On the door step venues such as: The Westbourne Gallery, Canal Cafe Theatre, Live music at the Pelican...