The Hill: Go West
Thu 01 Nov 2012
Marsh & Parsons presents a gorgeous trio of properties from the Hill's patch.
Tavistock Road, Notting Hill W11
What: An exceptional family house with a wealth of period charm, close to the amenities of Notting Hill and Portobellow Road.
Wow factor: A beautifully designed interior, with a versatile layout allowing the lower floor to be easily used as an independent flat.
Extras: 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 reception rooms, two floors of entertaining space and a leafy mature garden.
Radley Mews, Kensington W8
What: A beautifully presented three bedroom mews house near Kensington Gardens and Holland Park.
Wow factor: Excellent entertaining space, a good sized garage and terrace, set in a quiet cobbled mews.
Extras: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 4 reception rooms, excellent local shops, transport links and amenities.
Beam me up
Marsh & Parsons celebrated the unveiling of light artist Adam BArker-Mill's 'Ring Stack', a 7.5m high artwork installed on the roof of Marsh & Parsons' Notting Hill office, commemorating London's Olympic Spirit. Guests, including Liza-Jane Kelly, Sales Director at Marsh & Parsons, looked on as the sculpture illuminated the night sky, creating the image of 11 floating concentric circles of white light. It is London's only publically funded civic sculpture, raised by the people and local businesses of Notting Hill.
Blythre Road, Brook Green W14
What: A thoughtfully refurbished family home offering spacious accommodation and superb attention to detail.
Wow factor: Master suite with gorgeous en suite, full with bespoke fitted kitchen and westerly facing garden.
Extras: 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 reception rooms, converted basement, ample storage, located within easy reach of Brook Green, and Westfield shopping complex and transport links