Detached house to rent in Maida Hill House, Goldney Road W9
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- Architecture by Jonathan Tuckey Design
- Open-plan kitchen and dining room
- Entertainment room
- Formal reception room
- Principal bedroom suite
- Four further bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Shower room
- Private garden
Expertly imagined by Jonathan Tuckey Design, a harmony of old and new runs characterfully throughout this five-bedroom Maida Hill home. Classic Victorian tiling leads you through the entrance hallway to the open-plan kitchen and dining room. Natural light touches every corner of its lofty proportions through dual-aspect fenestration – a large picture window at the front, and double-height windows beyond the rear void. Pendant lights accentuate the high ceilings whilst delineating the cooking and dining spaces. From the stainless steel kitchen cabinets to the timber dining table and green velvet upholstery, the space is texturally engaging.
Family life continues on the first and lower-ground floors respectively. Upstairs, a formal living room showcases carefully-restored period cornicing and large sash windows. Downstairs, an open-plan entertainment room is complete with table football, pool table and an array of relaxed seating. From here, a set of stone steps lead to the private garden. A host of bamboo and palm leaves are a verdant backdrop for al fresco interludes.
The principal bedroom suite is located on the third floor. Its warm chestnut floors and pale grey walls are a neutral canvas for the foxglove statement wall. There’s continuous flow to the free-standing bathtub positioned beneath a window, while the shower is wrapped in sea-toned mosaic tiles. Four further bedrooms are spread across the first, second and third floors – served by a contemporary family bathroom.
Bordered by North Kensington, Queen’s Park and Notting Hill, Maida Hill is an elegant residential enclave with a fantastic array of transport, eateries and activities close by. It’s a fifteen-minute walk to Little Venice, a charming neighbourhood of vibrant barges and white stucco-fronted period townhouses. Catch live theatre at Canal Café Theatre or the Puppet Theatre Barge. Venture southwards to Golborne Road, lined with independent eateries and antique stalls that feed into Notting Hill. Paddington Recreation Grounds are tailor-made for weekend strolls, as is the tranquil towpath of the Grand Union Canal. Enjoy an evening of food and music at Laylow, nestled at the foot of the iconic Trellick Tower – just a 10-minute walk away.
Westbourne Park (10 mins)
Warwick Avenue (12 mins)<br /><br />
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Domus Nova, W11 on +44 20 8022 4578 * (local rate)
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