A breath-taking build on Goldney Road
This contemporary, elegantly presented and expansive 6-bedroom home offers phenomenal family accommodation in the heart of Maida Vale. In 2009, the entire property was subject to an extensive renovation by the current owners where it was re-designed by the award-winning architect, Johnathan Tuckey, who is renowned for combining design with layers of built heritage to explore ways in which old and new can co-exist and elevate each other. The result is this prominent and breathtaking build that not only appeared in Grand Designs Magazine and The Saturday Telegraph but is also regarded as one of the most significant properties on its street.
Entry is on the ground floor, which leads you to the nerve centre of the house – a striking cutting-edge eating and living area measuring approximately 29ft in length, which encompasses the elegant and minimalist stainless steel kitchen.
A staircase leads to the lower ground floor which houses a spectacular 60ft sleek reception, media room and bespoke marble steam room. This one-of-a-kind space has been brilliantly zoned, and harmony has been achieved in this triple aspect living space with symmetry and balance.
An indulgent and expansive master bedroom which spans across the entire top floor of the property features bespoke fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom complimented with a luxury free-standing bath.
There are five further beautifully composed family bedrooms, as well as, a family bathroom and guest cloakroom furnished with Dornbracht fittings.
This property can be accessed via two entrances; one at ground level, the other at lower-ground via a well-planned 30ft garden which provides an ideal outdoor extension to the main property and a setting for socialising with friends and family.
This home is exceptionally well located on Goldney Road, nestled away on a quiet residential, tree-lined street only a stone’s throw away from the fashionable boutiques, bars and restaurants of Maida Vale. Notting Hill and the eateries on Portobello Road can be easily reached by a short walk.
The property benefits from excellent transport links, being less than a half a mile away from Warwick Avenue (Bakerloo Line), Maida Vale (Bakerloo Line) and Westbourne Park (Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines) offering easy access to London’s West End and the City. Paddington Station is also close by for fast access to national and international connections at Heathrow International Airport. King’s Cross St Pancras International Eurostar station is a ten-minute taxi ride from the property. In addition, The Westway provides speedy connections out of London.