The property is located behind The Limes development on the east side of Linden Gardens. Situated in a cul-de-sac immediately behind Notting Hill Gate, Linden Gardens is extremely well located for access to not only a large retail offering but also to Notting Hill Gate Underground Station only approx. 0.2 miles away (Central, Circle and District lines).
The green open spaces of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park are also close by.
In addition to the nearby Notting Hill Gate, 0.6 miles (approx.) to the North is Westbourne Grove with its high-end retailers and restaurants. Whilst 0.4 miles to the West is the renowned Portobello Road, offering further amenities and services.
The Octagon, as the house is called, started life as a summerhouse in the gardens of a large early Victorian house that was demolished in the 1960s. The property's interior has been planned by architect Alex Michaelis with every space used to its full potential. The property features under floor heating and a private roof terrace. It has been thoroughly decorated in an eclectic fashion.
The top floor is taken up by an octagonal reception room with domed ceiling. A sizeable kitchen with a defined dining area dominates the ground floor. The principal bedroom takes up the northern 'wing' of the house. A large walk-in wardrobe and a bathroom are housed next door. A second bedroom or study is situated on the opposite side of the kitchen/dining room. The property also features a large private roof terrace.
Linden garden is a quiet cul-de-sac just off Notting Hill Gate opposite the north westerly corner of Kensington Gardens