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St Stephen’s Crescent

By • May 23, 2014

St Stephen’s Crescent is a stylish private residence located in London, England.

The apartment has 3 bedrooms and a luminous interior with an abundance of natural light.

It is currently for sale for $6.7 million.

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St Stephen’s Crescent:

“First-floor lateral apartments in Notting Hill are as rare as snow in the Sahara and, in the case of this flat, come along about once every 10 years. Any estate agent who has been around long enough will most certainly know this property; the words “if that flat ever comes up, let me know” will be familiar enough to them.

And so here it is, nearly 2,000 sq ft of fabulous space occupying the first floors of two Victorian terraced houses overlooking lovely St Stephen’s Church. Two spectacular adjoining reception rooms with glorious ceiling heights, fireplaces and huge floor-to-ceiling sash windows opening onto a full-width terrace dominate the property.

By the side of these, and on the corner of the Crescent, is the kitchen/dining room occupying a beautiful glass extension with direct access to the terrace and space to dine out when the sun shines. The property has three bedrooms, the best of which opens onto one of the reception rooms, something that will appeal to loft-style living aficionados.

The suite has plenty of wardrobe space and a bathroom with additional cupboard space, a jacuzzi-style bath and a walk-in shower. The two other bedrooms on the second floor share a bathroom and there is a guest cloakroom in the entrance hall.

The styling of the property is minimalist; the bright rooms with their views of the church, the painted black wood floors contrasting with white walls combine to create a calm and uncluttered ambience.”

Photos courtesy of Domus Nova

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2 Comments to St Stephen’s Crescent

  1. ed says:

    Ugly ugly interior!!! unbelievable!!!

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