Fall in love with space, light and contemporary city life at Saxon Hall in cosmopolitan Bayswater.
Saxon Hall, nestled among a haven of handsome red brick Victorian homes, resides on the broad avenue of Palace Court, within an easy stroll of the greenery of Hyde Park.
Serviced by an all day porter and secure external sensors, lighting and cameras, park up outside and take the lift up to the penthouse floor.
Step inside your spacious three bedroom apartment and immediately sense the positive ambience. Natural daylight fills the entrance hall, reflecting off the light oak flooring. Its good to be home.
The configuration of this chic home has been adjusted in order to maximize space and accentuate comfort of living. The results are clear to see, the addition of a grand master suite and a convivial dining room, alongside new storage in the entrance hall.
Stash your coat and gloves in the convenient cloak cupboard to your right. Doors peel off ahead and to both sides.
Stylish yet supremely practical, all the latest high quality appliances including induction hob, dishwasher, fridge freezer and washer dryer, are on hand for your total convenience.
Return home at the end of the working week to your oasis of calm, the spacious and light living room, discovered through the double doors opposite the kitchen.
Out and about
Take a turn with us about this prestigious neighbourhood.
Nestled where Kensington meets Notting Hill and only a stone throw from Kensington Palace itself, at Saxon Hall you are in the heart of one of Londons most affluent areas.
Palace Court itself, a tree lined residential road, skirted by austere Victorian buildings, is one of the most sought after areas of London.
Take in the sights, with iconic landmarks including Kensington Palace, The Royal Albert Hall and The Natural History Museum within easy reach.
Wander around beautiful Bayswater and explore the enchanting garden squares or visit nearby Notting Hill for a vibrant burst of colour and bohemia.
Palace Court is also close by Queensway and Notting Hill Gate, for shops, restaurants and bars.
Amenities are on hand, with a Marks and Spencer handy on Queensway and Sainsburys on Westbourne Grove. For the organic touch, head to Portobello Road Market. Why not treat yourself to a night off and head to one of the many gourmet restaurants this gastronomical metropolis has to offer.
Ideally situated for professionals, hail a black cab directly outside Saxon Hall or head to one of the many nearby underground stations including Notting Hill Gate, Queensway Central line and Bayswater District and Circle lines.