Fancy Moving Into A Members’ Club? This Notting Hill Hotspot Has Just Hit The Market
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Fancy Moving Into A Members’ Club? This Notting Hill Hotspot Has Just Hit The Market

The legendary venue was frequented by the likes of Kate Moss, Mick Jagger and Madonna

On the hunt for a property with some history (and a whole lot of glamour)? Laylow, a glitzy private members’ club in Notting Hill, has just hit the market. It’s either a sensational business venture or a truly spectacular home…

Laylow: The Notting Hill Members’ Club Up For Sale

Bar with black marble surface and brown leather chairs

If walls could talk, this beautiful Victorian building would have a lot of stories to tell. Standing proudly on 10 Golborne Road, it previously housed an ultra-cool members’ club called Laylow: a venue that counted celebrities like Kate Moss, Mick Jagger, Madonna, Rihanna and David Beckham among its regular visitors. Encompassing a restaurant, nightclub, multiple bars and lounge areas plus residential accommodation on the upper storeys, it’s got everything you could possibly ask for.

Living room with navy walls, large TV, parquet flooring and a piano with a Laylow neon sign above

The building in fact started life as a pub before it was bought by Notting Hill-based artist Taz Fustok, who transformed it into Laylow in 2017. The vision for the club was simple: a meeting place for tastemakers and creatives, where they could expect incredible interiors, brilliant food and unbeatable social events. 

Restaurant with parquet flooring, velvet seating and black tables

The interiors themselves were designed by Bella Freud and Dorin & Coppel, with plenty of show-stopping features like parquet flooring, velvet seating and sleek marble surfaces in the bar areas. Upstairs, meanwhile, you’ll find a self-contained, mid-century modern-style apartment (occupied by Taz while Laylow was open) complete with a kitchen, lounge and three bedrooms, not to mention a glorious roof terrace accessed via a spiral staircase.

Living room with parquet flooring and a gold spiral staircase

Laylow operated until December 2023, when it was announced that the club would reopen at a venue in London’s West End. Just like that, the magnificent Notting Hill building hit the market for a rather hefty £5.95 million, and it provides the perfect opportunity for an exciting new business venture – especially since its superb location means that it can be rented out during the infamous Notting Hill Carnival, generating up to £100,000 of income.

Cinema room with large projector screen and mustard yellow velvet seats

However, if you’re simply looking for a show-stopping place to settle down, Laylow would also make a truly one-of-a-kind home. What’s not to love?

Laylow is available through Becky Fatemi of UK Sotheby’s International Realty at a guide price of £5.95 million.