Courtesy of Engel & Voelkers London.
Eleven uniquely appointed apartments & a single town house residence located in the heart of the world’s cultural capital. Become part of the most cosmopolitan & vibrant scene of London’s Royal Kensington. A place of palaces & history, of artists & poets of music and sciences. Perfectly positioned amidst the blue wall plaques, The Arts House has had many famous neighbors during its lifetime. J.M. Barrie, creator of Peter Pan, lived close by and T.S. Eliot was the church warden of St Stephen’s Church, directly opposite on Southwell Garden.
Within easy reach are an extensive collection of unique venues in which to enjoy the best of arts in which ever format you enjoy the most. Gloucester Road tube station is a 2 minutes’ walk away from where all parts of the capital, and beyond can be accessed with ease. Many of the apartments benefit from restoration of the original period features. Exceptional ceiling heights, decorative cornices, original fireplaces & traditional sash windows have been preserved & reinstated throughout this beautiful building. All thoughtfully combined with contemporary advantages, such as ‘penthouse’ style lifts, delivering you right inside your own private space. The penthouses benefit from private terrace and roof gardens, with views over Kensington roofs & parklands