Notting Hill Apartment Rental Photos and Description
St Stephen’s Gardens is all about simplicity, elegance and style
Like the sweep of a Manolo Blahnik or the curves of a Jimmy Choo shoe, St Stephen’s Gardens is all about simplicity. Pure, pale, and with flashes of red reminiscent of a Louboutin’s sole, this home is as stylish as it gets. There’s no fuss and no clutter, every surface oozes tactility, and the original features are given space to shine.
If you want to wear down your shoe leather, take your heels for a spin in Notting Hill. Whether you’re sampling the Hummingbird Bakery’s delectable cupcakes, browsing Portobello Road Antiques Market or ambling around Kensington Gardens, you’ll hardly have a moment to sit down.
Your charming young host works in the shoe industry, and spends much of his time amidst the canals of Venice. Born in France, he spent five years living in New York, and in St Stephen’s Gardens you’ll find the best of the world’s most fashionable cities combined in one stunning home.
For all its elegant minimalism, there’s a real sense of individuality to St Stephen’s Gardens; indeed, it resembles a New York loft as much as it does a London apartment. The sitting room’s a study in monochrome, and be sure to browse your host’s collection of art books while enjoying gazing into the extraordinary art deco-style mirror. The table seats six, and the modern kitchen gleams.
The bathroom is spacious and masculine in dark wood and slate, while next door, the twin bedroom glows pale in the twilight. The large windows mean your guests can drift off to sleep beneath the starry sky, while you pad across to the master bedroom. Discretely located down its own private staircase, here, once more you can count your blessings as you slip into Morpheus’ embrace.
Notting Hill is the urbane Londoner???s dream. There’s a Greenwich Village flavour to this part of town, with its pastel houses, cute cafes and the funky eclectica of Portobello Road Market. Dine out in one of your many local restaurants, including the much-acclaimed Ledbury, or head into town. The tube from Queensway to Oxford Circus takes under ten minutes.
- non smoking only
- children welcome