Sold £5,950,000

  $  ¥  €6,793,710 $7,904,575 ¥900,925,200

Bedford Gardens, Kensington W8

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Garden
  • Freehold


A large semi-detached home (2,511 sq. ft) on two floors only, with off street parking, located on a sought-after tree-lined street.

The house benefits from lateral living, offers ample entertaining space, is set back from the road and benefits from off street parking. This charming house also allows any incoming purchaser the opportunity to create a substantial five bedroom family home. Full planning has been granted for a basement, side and loft extension.

Bedford Gardens is an attractive street which runs between Kensington Church Street and Campden Hill Road and is close to the many excellent shops, restaurants and transport facilities of both Kensington High Street and Notting Hill Gate.

Property Features
• Semi detached
• Off street parking for two cars
• Lateral living
• Planning permission granted September 2017

Village Favourites
• The Churchill Arms
• Clarke’s Deli and Restaurant
• Kensington Place Fish Shop
• Whole Foods
• The Shed Restaurant

Further Details

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Reference: NOT170020

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Local Area


Kensington, W8, itself symbolises the very best that London has to offer. Hyde Park and Kensington Palace to the East, Holland Park to the West; bisected horizontally by the busy retail thoroughfare of the High Street and vertically by Kensington Church Street.

Throughout this area of immensely valuable real estate, there are imposing detached villas (in Phillimore Gardens, Edwardes Square, Argyll Road on the eastern edge of Holland Park), large terraced houses in Palace Gardens Terrace, mansion blocks of apartments, both new and old, (Scarsdale Villas, Allen Street and the Phillimores on Campden Hill Road) as well as examples of early and late Victorian, brick-built houses in terraced rows – it's a magnet for the very wealthy, wanting convenience, comfort and choice.

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