Savills | Holland Park Gate, Kensington High Street, London, W8 6NA | New homes for sale
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Holland Park GateKensington High Street, London, W8 6NA


    Key features

    • 1 to 4 bedroom apartments available
    • Located directly opposite Holland Park
    • Four buildings centred around a leafy landscaped courtyard
    • Bespoke 5* star hotel level service from Saint Amand, Lodha's exclusive hospitality group
    • Automated parking system with electric vehicle charging
    • High ceilings and generous proportions
    • 25m swimming pool, sauna & steam rooms
    • Private treatment rooms with therapies provided
    • Gym and yoga studio

    Situated on vibrant Kensington High Street, with Holland Park's 54-acres and the Design Museum over the road, Holland Park Gate boasts one of the most sought-after locations in West London.

    About this property

    • Holland Park Gate is a world-class collection of 71 apartments and penthouses, centred around a leafy landscaped courtyard designed by award-winning designer Andy Sturgeon.

      Once an Art Deco cinema, Holland Park Gate's striking façade looks over the entrance to London's famous Holland Park and the Design Museum.

      Residents will benefit from state-of-the-art amenities including a Health Club & Spa, crafted in partnership with Italian designer Piero Lissoni, which will offer a sleek, tranquil haven from city life and will be managed by Lodha's in house concierge team, Saint Amand.

    From the developer of 1 Grosvenor and Lincoln Square, Lodha's newest project sits behind the iconic neo-classical façade of the former Odeon Cinema on High Street Kensington from where it looks into the entrance of London's Holland Park.

    Adam SimmondsProperty agent

    Local information

    • Few addresses in London combine a postcode this central with such easy access to renowned green spaces. Holland Park is directly opposite, with Hyde Park's Kensington Palace entrance a soothing stroll away.
    • Once an Art Deco cinema known as ‘The Kensington Kinema', the building first opened in 1926 and continued to host red carpet premieres attended by Hollywood actors such as Ralph Fiennes and Kate Winslet right up until 2015. Due to its prominent location in the Royal Borough, it was also a favourite with various members of the royal family, including Princess Diana.
    • Conveniently connected to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports, the development also overlooks Holland Park's 54 manicured acres.
    • Quiet corners such as historic Kensington Church Walk and Holland Park's Kyoto Garden offer a peaceful contrast while much-loved bistro Maggie Jones—once a favourite with Princess Margaret— is your new local.

    Additional information

    • Images are computer generated and indicative only.
    • Tenure = Leasehold (998 years remaining)