Holland Park Apartment Rental Photos and Description
A home of modern style and grace, with its own roof terrace
If you believe that every home should have an English country garden, here’s the perfect place for that deckchair. Flowers sparkle in the sunlight, trees rustle sleepily above and fluffy bumblebees trace a lazy path through the warm air. With a communal garden of such loveliness, you may not spend much time indoors. But duck inside and you’ll find Airlie Gardens a home of modern style and grace, with its own roof terrace on which to dream the days away. With Holland Park round the corner, and the West End a short journey away, there’s really nothing to take the bloom off this rose.
Your hosts prosper in finance. Brought to London by work, they found themselves smitten by the capital’s energy and effervescence – not to mention their home’s leafy location. Soon to be married in the Middle East, they share a love of adventure and amazing food.
Light floods through the sitting room’s unshuttered windows, playing upon glowing wooden floorboards. In this relaxing and stylish space, you’ve modern paintings on the walls to peep at, while the L-shaped sofa is deep, cosy and served by a cool coffee table. Seven can sit and eat upon chairs, jazzily clad in cow hide, around a glass dining table of quiet elegance. Round the corner is the dashing kitchen, dark and gleaming with marble worktops. Prepare a glass of something on ice and chill on the cosy roof terrace.
The bedroom is cool, quiet and creatively furnished, a king bed with a bold leather frame nestled between two period leather trunks serving as quirky bedside tables. Natural stone tiles beckon you to grab a shower in the lovely ensuite, while the bathroom is bright, shiny, and stuffed with our yummy White Company toiletries.
Buzz and bustle
Caught between the bounce of Notting Hill and the shopper’s paradise that is High Street Kensington, you won’t know where to turn first. Peacocks prance along landscaped paths and wild woodland in nearby Holland Park, while Kensington Gardens is pretty as a picture. Pop in for a Sunday roast and real ale in the Windsor Castle pub around the corner, or explore the cafes and delis which line the neighbourhood’s handsome streets. When the West End comes a-calling, the tube from Notting Hill Gate to Oxford Circus takes ten minutes.
- non smoking only