Addison Crescent runs west off Addison Road, north of Kensington High Street and south of Holland Park Avenue, in an area just west of Holland Park itself. There are a wide range of amenities in the vicinity, including restaurants, shops and transport facilities.
Originally forming part of the grounds of Holland Park, this area was first developed from the 1820's onwards chiefly with large conventional houses set in spacious gardens, designed for the wealthy professional classes of their day. Addison Crescent was started in the 1850's and comprises a wonderful tree-lined street of impressive villas. This substantial house is located in the quiet section of the street with spacious and well-proportioned rooms. There is a south-east facing walled garden, an integral garage and off-street parking. (please note the photo of the garden only shows part of it, and it is over grown).
Entrance hall, Drawing room, Dining room, Master bedroom with dressing room and bathroom, 2 further bedrooms suites. Attic bedroom and gym (or potential for 4th and 5th bedrooms with a shared bathroom).
The lower ground floor has been stripped out to 'shell and core' and consists of a large kitchen with breakfast room, a staff flat which includes bedroom with space for a shower room, WC, kitchenette, storage room, and a large double garage.
Approx. gross Internal area: 5235 sq ft / 486.4 sq m
Local Authority: The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Council Tax: Band H - £2,728.94 (2022-2023)
Viewings: Strictly by appointment, with the sole agents Hanover Private.
Addison Crescent, Kensington, London