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Clarendon Road by David Furze of The Holland Park Studio

By • May 20, 2014

Clarendon Road is a luminous home located in Notting Hill, London, England, designed by David Furze of The Holland Park Studio.

The home has 6 bedrooms and a well-tended backyard, and is available for rent.

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Clarendon Road:

“Available for short let. An exquisite six-bedroom family home architecturally designed by David Furze of The Holland Park Studio.

Situated on the desirable Clarendon Road and expertly arranged over five floors, this spectacular home comprises a stunning raised-ground floor reception room with a bright dual aspect, beautiful sash windows and French doors that lead out onto a balcony overlooking the landscaped gardens below.

The lower-ground floor presents an incredible open-plan kitchen, dining and family room with a fully fitted Bulthaup kitchen and a fabulous glass wall that covers the width of the property overlooking the garden. This floor also features a cinema room, a home study, a second fully fitted butlers kitchen, a useful utility room and a guest bedroom which could be used as staff accommodation. The master suite spans the entire first floor with ample fitted storage, a walk-in dressing room and a luxurious bathroom suite with separate shower.

The second and third floors provide four more double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a supplementary shower room. The front of the house is accessed through electric gates which also provide off-street parking if required. Conveniently located for the boutiques, bars and restaurants of Clarendon Cross and surrounding Holland Park and Notting Hill, the nearest Underground station is Holland Park (Central line).”

Photos courtesy of Domus Nova

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