Knight Frank has been appointed by Residential Land to launch Garden House, the only new development in London fronting directly on to a prominent Central London square. It provides 58 flats only.
Garden House is located on a quiet residential street off Westbourne Grove in Bayswater, overlooking the beautiful Kensington Gardens Square and offering affordable living in prime Central London.
It offers its residents direct access to a private garden square, a beautiful serene garden offering mature trees, green lawns and carefully tended flowerbeds providing a welcome escape from the pressures of everyday life.
The development offers a rare collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments within its unique Grade II listed period building, with each apartment at Garden House benefitting from high-quality interior design, perfectly complementing the residences and enhancing the luxurious finishes and joinery within. The sizes of the flats range between 324 and 928 sq ft.
The apartments feature traditional architraves and fittings, blending seamlessly with modern comforts such as American walnut timber flooring, remotely operated handmade roller blinds, Creston automation system, integrated speakers and controlled mood lighting via iLux Integrated Lighting System.
The stylish and impressive lobby opens directly onto the private garden square, and is home to a concierge who is on hand 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Offering direct access to Kensington Gardens Square, Garden House is one of only a few remaining residences in London to provide direct access to a private garden.
Residents of Garden House can enjoy all the benefits of a cosmopolitan London lifestyle including superb shopping, restaurants and bars, being only 5 minutes’ walk to the fashionable areas of Notting Hill, Westbourne Grove and Portobello Road in addition to Hyde Park which is only 4 minutes’ walk away.
The timing of the Garden House exhibition is apposite, according to Residential Land Chief Executive Officer and Founder Bruce Ritchie, “Not only is Garden House unique in terms of its access to one of Central London’s great squares – the development is also enjoying strong appeal among investors attracted by the current weakness of the pound.
“Many international investors are buying in London right now, attracted by its capital’s language, time zone and long-standing record in generating excellent residential property returns,” he added.
Near Garden House there is also a wealth of choice for parents when it comes to primary and secondary schools including Notting Hill Preparatory School, Pembridge Hall School, Norland Place School, Wetherby School, and Lansdowne College, in addition to Imperial College University.
Residents of Garden House benefit from excellent transport links including Bayswater and Queensway underground stations within a 4 to 8 minutes’ walk, in addition to the forthcoming Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) with services from nearby Paddington station set to arrive in 2018 offering journey times to Bond Street of just three minutes and Heathrow in 24 minutes.
The area of Bayswater is being revitalised, with new renovations including Queensway and the proposed £1billion redevelopment of London’s first department store Whiteleys set to inject new life into the area, acting as a catalyst for future growth and investment.
Prices: 1 bedroom flats from £995,000 / 2 bedroom flats from £1,500,000
Hong Kong Exhibition Details:
Date: 25 – 26 March 2017 (Saturday & Sunday)
Venue: Tian & Di Rooms, 7/F, Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hotel, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
Enquiry: Knight Frank Hong Kong on +852 2846 7418 or email@example.com.