Take a look inside this modern Holland Park home
We look inside this wonderful and striking family townhouse in Holland Park
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This property is a striking blend of period and contemporary design. It was previously a traditional London terraced townhouse and two small mews, now one stunning home.
The space has been transformed behind a façade retention, creating one uniform house. The end result is a truly one-off contemporary home, which flows seamlessly throughout.
It would provide a couple or family at any stage of life a spacious and flexible layout for a modern lifestyle.
It has been developed by Echlin, a collective of architects, designers and strategists working collaboratively to create bespoke residences in premier locations that focus on craftsmanship and wellbeing.
The wow factor feature is the central courtyard garden and light-well that runs through the core of the property. There is a living green wall and generous glazing allows natural light to flood in to the rooms.
There is outdoor space on almost every level. The master terrace and living room terrace are landscaped in layers of bamboo, olive and bay, rosemary and lavender with heuchera, hosta and ferns as bedding plants.
Maximising light was a key driver of the design, such as the three-storey glazed atrium on the ground floor and the secluded sky-bath with terrace on the top floor.
Technology is integrated throughout. There is a user friendly Crestron home automation system including door entry, media, full lighting and fireplace control, together with full perimeter CCTV, all controllable from anywhere in the world, plus a police monitored security and panic alarm system.
Holland Park is on the doorstep and the tube is four minutes’ walk. Clarendon Cross offers a welcoming village feel with boutique shops, cafés and restaurants.
Kenure House is available through Knight Frank for £8.95m.
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