Notting Hill is a district in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Over the years it has become one of London's most fashionable and desirable areas. Conveniences and central location are second to none, make it an ideal place to live and visit, both as a destination and an ideal vantage point from which to explore one of the world's truly great cities.
The Baynards, Notting Hill
In the heart of one of London's most coveted districts is an iconic 19th century sand-stone building. Originally one of the city's first department stores, it attracted patrons of wealth and royalty alike. Queen Victoria was a regular, as was Nicholas I, the last Czar of Russsia, who purchased furs here. Now in its third century, this exquisite piece of history stands reincarnated as Baynards; a prestigous apartment complex with all the amenities, including 24 hour concierge, private gymnasium, underground parking, elevators and enclosed communal gardens. The building's facade maintains its splenderous period features, while the apartments within are contemporary with all the very best fittings, fixtures and comforts of the modern age.
This beautiful two bedroom flat, perched in corner penthouse position, has two en-suites, a fully equipped modern kitchen, and large reception with spectacular views of Notting Hill that extend to London's outer reaches. Countless restaurants are minutes away along Westbourne Grove, Queensway and elsewhere, including a famous deli that caters for a former Beatle, award winning curry houses, a China town anex, little Greece, and literally dozens of other etablishments offering almost as many different cuisines to choose from. World famous Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, and Portabello Market are also all within easy walking distance. Taxis and buses are instantaneous, and nearby Bayswater, Queensway and Notting Hill stations serve the Circle and District underground lines, ensuring most of London's attractions can be reached within 5 to 25 minutes. Just down the road, Paddingtion Station is both Harry Potter's portal to Hogwarts and your gateway to the great English country-side.