Looking for a generous home with immaculate interiors — with dual-aspect light and its own private roof terrace?
This large 4-bed house (1,506 sq ft) set across 4 floors of a modern Hammersmith building comes with wooden flooring and floor-to-ceiling windows, 2.5 bathrooms and a separate utility room, and the full natural light of its southwest and north-facing dual aspect — including open-sky views from its private, 3rd-floor roof terrace.
As you step through onto the wooden flooring of your new entrance hallway, you’ll find a semi open-plan living room through a door to your left, with a southwest-facing aspect for the best of both the full southern light throughout the day, and the warm glow of the evening sun.
Around the corner to the right, you’ll find a semi-separate and fully equipped kitchen area, complete with feature-lit cabinetry over a three-sided countertop, an integrated extractor over an oven and hob, and a full-height fridge-freezer.
Back at the entrance, you’ll pass a convenient WC on your left before ascending the stairs straight ahead to the first floor, where you’ll find an additional enclosed utility/storage room on your right.
To your right, you’ll come to the first of 4 bedrooms, including a carpet finish and a north-facing aspect.
Across the hallway, you’ll find the property’s larger master bedroom, with a southwest-facing aspect through three sets of windows for the best of the southern light and the setting sun.
As you ascend to the second floor, you’ll find a pristine family bathroom straight ahead, complete with a southwest-facing window, a heated towel rail, and a frameless, glass-screen shower over a white bath — all of it finished beautifully with large-format tiling on the walls.
Just next to the bathroom, you’ll come to the third bedrooms, with similar southwest-facing views through its full-height windows.
Across the hallway, you’ll find the fourth and final bedroom, with a north-facing aspect, and its own private en-suite bathroom with similar specifications to the family bathroom (with the exception of a shower enclosure in place of the bath).
As you continue upstairs, you’ll step out into the full natural light and expansive open skies of your own private, 3rd-floor roof terrace.
It’s a generous outdoor space in addition to an already well-proportioned home, with a unique curved wall that creates the perfect vantage point for its views over the local area. And with its southwest and north-facing open design, it’s perfectly oriented to capture the full natural light from the south, as well as the warm evening glow from the west.
Beyond the walls of your pristine new home, you couldn’t ask for a better location:
You’ll be just a 4-minute walk from the Overground at Kensington Olympia, giving you direct links across the city through Hampstead, Camden, Shoreditch, and Islington — or direct trains as far as Stratford and Watford on the National Rail.
It’s only 11 minutes to the Tube at West Kensington Station for trips to Westminster and the Tower of London on the District Line — and just 13 minutes to the expansive green spaces and natural beauty of Holland Park.
This generously sized 4-bed house set in a modern development comes with 2.5 bathrooms, dual-aspect light, and open-sky views from its private, 3rd-floor roof terrace.
And that means a desirable property like this won’t be around for long.
So if you’re looking for a spacious new home with plenty of natural light — with transport and green spaces just minutes from your door — give us a call and we’ll take you for a tour.