Elgin Crescent

Notting Hill

Elgin Crescent

Elgin Crescent, Notting Hill

Large Victorian house in a terrace of coloured houses, recently refurbished, overlooking a communal garden (used for the film Notting Hill) private rear and front garden. Decorated in a mix of traditional and modern eclectic style. Double reception room with large windows overlooking the garden. This is a private light filled house with lots of colour and character in excess of 3,500 square feet. Located in W11.


TrainNearest Rail: Ladbroke Grove, Holland Park, Notting Hill

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