Notting Hill homes are architecturally diverse. They range from more traditional Edwardian and Victorian homes, with eye-catching modern architecture residential properties. Sweeping crescents with original features give the area character, as do the white stucco facades. The area is known for its brightly coloured townhouses that can be found throughout, intermixed with white and red brick homes. Mews houses are also of particular popularity here and lots of hidden gems can be found in Pembridge Mews, St Luke’s Mews and Horbury Mews. With consistent demand for property here, the area is seeing a rise in grand developments.
There are plenty of excellent restaurants and shops in the area, including Uli for Thai cuisine, Daylesford Organic for a healthy brunch and The Ledbury for innovative, Michelin starred quality dining experience. There are a wealth of independent boutiques and cafes as well as three excellent theatres. The Tabernacle, The Gate Theatre and The Coronet show newly released blockbusters and older independent films. Home to Bodyism and FaceGym, there are plenty of spa and gyms to keep you looking your best. Residents have access to excellent schools including Norland Place, Notting Hill Prep and Weatherby School.
The luxurious properties and extremely convenient travel access makes Notting Hill a popular choice for celebrities and professionals working in the City, The West End, Canary Wharf and Mayfair. There are many different tube stations in fairly close proximity: Notting station provides Circle and District Line services, Holland Park station is on the Central line and Ladbroke Grove station gives residents access to the Hammersmith and City line.
If you’re looking to buy or rent in the Notting Hill area, we would be happy to help.