This large and welcoming townhouse can be found at the end of a postcard-worthy London mews, surrounded by idyllic buildings, painted with bright and colorful pastel colours which make them seem like they just came out of a Wes Anderson movie. The arched cobbled road which leads directly to the house is as classic as London gets and you will never get tired to walk along it, as every time you will pass by it you will be bound to notice something new about the incredible houses of your new neighbours. The house itself is flooded with natural light which only increases in intensity the higher you go on its 4 floors as the windows become increasingly large and wider, culminating in a terrace found at the top floor which can be accessed from the bedroom, leading to the best place in the house for an Italian style aperitivo or to enjoy the changing colours of the sky at sunset, or both.
The bedrooms are divided on 3 of the 4 floors. Starting from the basement, where the largest room can be found, as well as its own spacious and extensive en-suite bathroom and the laundry area, where the washer and dryer are located, meaning you will never have to leave the house with dirty clothes looking for a local laundrette. On the first floor, 2 separate double bedrooms fitted with a queen-sized bed each and 2 stunning headpieces, worthy of a photo by themselves, can be found, as well as their own private en-suite bathroom. On this floor, you can also find a large amount of storage space where you will be able to store your luggage as well and any eventual large coat you may have brought with you. On the top floor finally, you will be able to find a wide and expansive room, flooded with light thanks to the french windows leading to the terrace. In here, 2 large queen-sized beds with elegant headpieces can be found on the opposite ends of the room and oriented towards the North facing windows, making for amazing morning wake-ups, where the dimmed light of the sun filters through the windows to reach your eyes and gently awake you from your nightly sleep. If instead, you prefer to sleep in, you can simply close the blinds, rendering the room dark and perfect for some well deserved sleeping-in time until you open them again. A further single bedroom can be found on this floor, as well as a floor bathroom, meaning you will never have to walk up or down the stairs for one from wherever you are in the house.
The Mews on which the house is located is connected directly to Exhibition Road, famous for being the home to the Natural History Museum as well as the Victoria and Albert Museum. This latter museum (locally referred to as the V&A museum) is literally located behind the house, in fact, both museums can be reached in about 2 minutes by foot by simply exiting the Mews and turning left. A short distance away is also the Royal Albert Hall, located only a 10 minute walk away, home to many of London's best theatre shows, it is possibly best renowned for the BBC proms, a musical event which cannot be missed by anyone visiting London in the period it is on. Hyde Park is also just 10 minutes from the property and offers a plethora of running and walking spaces, you could pass an entire day exploring it and its many little secret statues and gardens and still not having seen them all. However, if it is smaller parks you are looking for, there are many dotting the area, just a minute or 2 away from your house, which you can reach through small winding photogenic backroads which will make you feel like you stepped back in time to the Victorian era and will make you forget that you find yourself in the middle of a 9 million people city.
Princes Gate Mews is also ideally located just 8 minutes by foot from South Kensington Underground station, there is also a passageway that leads directly to the station starting just outside the mews entrance. The passageway is underground and it leads into the station itself, making it a perfect route to go through when it is raining and you forgot your umbrella, or maybe when it is just too windy or cold on the ground level. If you choose to walk along the road, however, you will also get quick access to the many bus routes which criss-cross the road in front of the Natural History Museum and which can take you anywhere in the city. Thanks to all this transport connection, reaching London's historic centre of Westminster will never take you longer than 15 or 20 minutes, furthermore, you will also have direct access to London's Heathrow airport thanks to the Piccadilly line with stops at your local Underground station.
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