A collection of 6 apartments in a Victorian period Conversion.
New-build (with lift) behind a period façade.
Impeccably finished. Ready to be moved into.
2 bedroom 2 bathroom duplex.
Central location near the park & transport links.
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Video tour available: 5 Palace Court is an impeccably crafted collection of 6 apartments in a Victorian period Conversion (with lift), just where Palace Court meets Bayswater Road. Three years in the making, no compromises have been made in the design and specification of this collection of properties, which are ideally situated a stone’s throw from Kensington Gardens. In collaboration with renowned interior designer Giacomo Rossetti and his expert team, the apartments have been designed to celebrate period features alongside modern fittings.
Apartment 6 is the penthouse flat and is the largest of the apartments, measuring 1363 square feet. It is set over the fourth and fifth floors and can be accessed via a lift (to the fourth floor) or a staircase from the third floor. It consists of a large South-facing double-aspect kitchen / reception room, two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, two en-suite bathrooms (the master of which has a steam room), and a guest cloakroom.
All joinery and fittings throughout the apartments are bespoke and made in Italy. The quality of the craftsmanship means that every room will have superior finishes for years to come. Marble is used throughout the bathrooms, accented with brass taps and finishes to give an elevated, quality feel to the room, similar to what you may find at a top spa.
Palace Court is one of Bayswater’s finest streets and is conveniently located for the many shops and restaurants of Notting Hill Gate, Westbourne Grove, and Queensway. Bayswater is home to charming garden squares and grand old hotels, contrasted by the colourful terraces and bohemian boutiques of Notting Hill. Both areas are a short walk from the development. Mayfair, Knightsbridge and Belgravia are located on the other side of Hyde Park allowing access to the best that the capital has to offer. Whether it’s an afternoon shopping, taking in art or having dinner in a world renowned restaurant, all are within easy reach.
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