Defined by its white stucco residences and propensity for luxury, Kensington and Chelsea is the most affluent borough in London. This delightful apartment is situated opposite the Natural History Museum and is within a short distance of South Kensington, Knightsbridge and Hyde Park.
This fourth floor apartment, containing three bedrooms, is served by a lift. The huge living space is subdued in tone, offering a serene location to unwind following a long day at work. Illuminated by natural light, the space contains a seating area, a coffee table and a television complete with surround sound. The separate kitchen contains all the facilities, appliances and utensils for comfortable home from home living, ensuring guests are able to cook for themselves.
The bedrooms, in keeping with the tone of the apartment, assume a regal feel consistent with the surrounding area. Each bedroom contains a double bed, blackout blinds and a large storage space. The bathrooms offer both bathing and showering facilities. This apartment is complete with a regular maid service and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Kensington, defined by its elegant period properties, clean streets and well-manicured viridescent squares, contains a collection of London’s most exquisite dining experience in addition to some of the capital’s trendiest bars.
Within a short distance of the iconic Hyde Park and Kensington High Street, Queensgate is perfectly located within proximity of several tube stations. Travelling around the city for business and pleasure is simple and effective.
Hyde Park, one of London’s eight Royal parks, is within walking distance of the property. Offering a serene retreat from central London’s residual hum, Hyde Park is a verdant plain that is superbly manicured throughout the year. Similarly, nearby Green Park provides guests with a peaceful location in which to unwind.