A unique and impressive four bedroom house situated on one of Kensington’s prime residential streets.
Constructed in 1878 and forming part of the Pitt Estate, the property was originally conceived as a studio-house, built of stock brick with red brick dressing; boasting famous residents such as the portraitists Rudolph Lehmann and Virginia Finney.
Extending to 2,874 sq.ft.(266 sq.m.), over four floors, the accommodation comprises a grand 24ft reception room on the raised ground floor with high ceilings, beautifully lit by a large north-facing window which dominates the front of the house. Also on this level is a study as well as access to a small patio area.
The lower ground floor consists of a large fully fitted kitchen/dining room which leads on to a quiet south facing patio area at the rear of the property; a separate living/family room, a utility room, guest cloakroom and access to two storage vaults.
The upper floors are occupied by the fabulous master bedroom, benefiting from a stylish en-suite bathroom and dressing area, three further bedrooms, two bathrooms and a guest cloakroom.
Campden Grove lies just off Kensington Church Street and is within close proximity to the amenities of Kensington High Street and Notting Hill while the open spaces of Holland Park and Kensington Gardens are also nearby.
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"An impressive four bedroom house situated on one of Kensington’s prime residential streets."