Holland Park, W14
Guide Price:£2,900,000
Joint Sole Agent
  • Reception : 1
  • Bedrooms : 5
  • Bathrooms : 2
Live the Holland Park dream in this acme of modernist architecture and in actual comfort too...
From the moment Woodsford Square was finished in the early Seventies, it was as cool as it comes. Today, it is just as desirable, with its security patrols, free parking, communal gardens, and incredibly well built houses. Residents rave about the easy living, and the peace, for Central London, is extraordinary. Those modernist architects (Frye, Drew) clearly knew their stuff.

The house itself is a perfect size five bedrooms over the two top floors and a big first floor reception room with adjoining kitchen. On the ground floor there is a utility room (vital) and a garden room, which could easily be a study, or playroom. Personally I would establish myself firmly in there from the off the view over the garden is charming. Even the garage still actually fits a car. The whole thing has a whiff of Abigail's Party to it, which is to be encouraged.

Woodsford Square is nestled between Addison Road and Abbotsbury Road, at the west end of Holland Park and a short walk from the park itself. The shopping mecca of the Westfield Centre lies within walking distance to the right, and if you are looking for something slightly more idiosyncratic, you walk east, to the more bohemian delights of Notting Hill. The nearest tube is Holland Park (Central Line), and the M4/M40 corridor with its access to Heathrow and the West Country is close by.