A unique detached house in a peaceful location in Notting Hill.
The Octagon, as the house is called, started life as a summerhouse in the gardens of a large early Victorian house that was demolished in the 1960s. The property's interior has been planned by architect Alex Michaelis with every space used to its full potential. The property features under floor heating and a private roof terrace. It has been thoroughly decorated in an eclectic fashion.
The top floor is taken up by an octagonal reception room with domed ceiling. A sizeable kitchen with a defined dining area dominates the ground floor. The principal bedroom takes up the northern 'wing' of the house. A large walk-in wardrobe and a bathroom are housed next door. A second bedroom or study is situated on the opposite side of the kitchen/dining room. The property also features a large private roof terrace.
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A completely unique property steeped in characterSophie Adams