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A piece of history

Church Close occupies part of the former ‘Conduit Close’. A four-acre estate, acquired by the Vicar of Kensington in 1656. Occupants of the former estate have included, the first Earl of Macclesfield and George IIIs daughter, Princess Sophia.

In the early 1900s Church Close was created. It is a considered tudor style building, surrounding a quiet courtyard and boasting a private garden. The brickwork and architectural detail are both attractive and authentic.
A piece of history

Thoughtful interior design

The rear aspect of this home provides a tranquility that is surprising for a location so close to Kensington Church Street.

The large reception is ideal for relaxing, entertaining or enjoying the courtyard views. It features wooden floors and a Chesney’s fireplace. The design provides the flexibility of a large single reception that can be easily organised in to two zones for relaxing and dining. The separate kitchen features a vaulted ceiling that adds further character to the living space.

The master suite has been designed to provide walk in wardrobes, as well as distinct office and sleeping areas.

Environmental features

Natural light has been harnessed throughout this home by the use of roof lights and internal glass. This results in beautiful, light filled rooms, that are private and minimise the need for artificial lighting.
Further environmental features include, efficient appliances, a Quooker boiling water tap and a considered application of underfloor heating.
Environmental features

Live in the ultimate British village

As you emerge from this home via the courtyard and through impressive wooden doors, the transition on to Kensington Church Street puts you immediately in the heart of Kensington.

You are instantly within visible distance of designer and boutique shops, as well as many well known Kensington restaurants. These include Maggie Jones, which was often frequented by a young Princess Margaret, the Queens sister, and also the delightful Ffionas restaurant.