Property Reference Number: WP171      |      Location: Westbourne Park     |   Tube Zone: 2

Number of bedrooms: 5  |  Number of bathrooms: 1+WC  |  Number of kitchens: 1  |  Garden: Yes

A small, traditional house with just four bedrooms and a patio garden. Situated on a quiet residential street, but just moments away from a park and a beautiful canal running out into West London in one direction or, in the other direction, past Little Venice and on through London.

Round the corner is one of London’s most famous landmarks – Portobello Road Market: a mile long street market with a range of stalls and street performers. This also bring you to the world famous area of Notting Hill Gate - a main thoroughfare of Notting Hill and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (home to Harrods, Selfridges and Kensington Palace.

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House Walkaround

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Local Area Information:


There are two tube lines near the house. Queens Park station, just a 7 minute walk from the house, is on the Bakerloo Line and also has London Overland trains running from it. Westbourne Park station is on the Hammersmith&City and Circle lines and is around a 10 minute walk away.

There is an extensive network of bus routes from the nearby main roads that take you all around London. Many of them are night buses.

Shopping and Entertainment:

Portobello Road Market is about a ten minute walk from the house. Goldborne Road, which you come to first, is an extension of Portobello Road and also has shops, restaurants and coffee shops along it. On a Saturday this street is buzzing with stalls selling everything from designer clothes, antiques, food, jewellery and everything you could ever think of. On week days and Sundays there are fresh fruit and vegetable stores willing to make bargains especially at the end of the day to get rid of their produce. There are great boutique shops, café’s, restaurants and pubs along Portobello Road and in all the small side roads surrounding it. On Portobello Road is the Electric Cinema, a unique and exciting cinema with large chairs and sofas to watch films in style.

The choice of restaurants, bars and pubs is overwhelming, there is a option to suit every budget and taste, covering all local and international styles of cuisine.

The Canal is just three minute's walk away. If you turn right on the Canal you will find peace and quiet, if you turn left you will walk through little Venice and then to Regents Park, London Zoo, Lords Cricket Ground and even to Camden, where there is a huge (and slightly bizarre) market on Sundays. There are also some lovely pubs along the Canal, some with gardens on the water.

Jump on the number 28 bus and in 20 minutes you'll be in Queensway where there are great shops, restaurants and cafés. There is a bowling alley and an ice rink at the top of the main road as well as the entrance to the beautiful Hyde Park & Kensington Gardens, two of London’s largest parks. At the other end of Queensway you will find a swimming pool and Spa called Porchester Spa - London's oldest spa (built in 1929).

Sport and Exercise:

There are at least 5 sports centres within 20 minutes of the house and a lot of other gyms. In addition the canal is a great place to go running with beautiful views and away from traffic.

The sports centres include: Westway Sports & Fitness Centre, with indoor/outdoor climbing, tennis, football, fives, basketball, netball, crickets nets and a 100 piece gym; Kensington Leisure Centre with 3 different pools, indoor court sports hall, coffee shop and gym; Westway Portobello Fitness Club with a gym, weights room and fitness classrooms, Canalside Activity Centre that offers activities such as kayaking in the canal; Moberly Sports Centre reopened in 2018 and has two pools, a 120-station gym and two Group Fitness studios, a large eight-court sports hall where you can enjoy a variety of activities, a spa and a bespoke gymnastics area, alongside a range of other facilities.