One Westbourne Gardens is a landmark collection of nine private luxury residences, individually designed and specified to provide stylish living space with an emphasis on beautifully proportioned rooms that exude the highest levels of quality and style.
The West London Buddhist Centre occupies the ground floor of the development, which perfectly complements the grace and harmony of the residences. Each property benefits from their own private outdoor space, lift access, concierge and optional secure underground parking. Located in Bayswater, One Westbourne Gardens acts as a gateway to London’s most vibrant areas, with Notting Hill and Paddington on your doorstep, in addition to quick access to the West End and Hyde Park.
Unique to One Westbourne Gardens, the development has been built with the aim to reducing the overall demand for energy, through the inclusions of sustainable energy generation methods. Roof mounted photovoltaic panels provide the building’s communal energy requirements and any excess sold back to the National Grid.
Building materials, window and doors all exceed regulations for thermal insulation and air-tightness, while centralised heating, hot water and cooling systems provide optimal comfort while reducing electricity needs. An innovative heat recovery system provide hot water and space heating for each apartment, while ‘smart’ metering allows owners to precisely monitor their energy consumption and enable precise billing.
The art of food and drink is very close to the heart of Notting Hill and Bayswater; the Ledbury’s two Michelin stars, Hereford Road’s robust yet simple British cuisine; Granger & Co’s queue-formingly popular brunches and 202’s prime people-watching alfresco dining, provide a truly eclectic array of gastronomic delights to enjoy. London’s gastronomic credentials need little introduction, but it is also the world’s cocktail capital, with nine bars featured in the 2015 World’s 50 Best Bars awards. Just off Regent Street, the best of the best, Artesian, couldn’t be easier to reach. One Westbourne Gardens’ prime location allows you to enjoy a wealth of revered venues at your leisure, before retiring to more local and relaxed surroundings.
With the bohemian ambience that flows through the area, part-fuelled by the wealth of greenery that Hyde Park and Kensington Palace Gardens offer, it’s no surprise the Arts are well catered for. The Tabernacle and The Gate are two of London’s most intimate performance spaces, while the Electric Cinema, part of the Electric House members’ club, gives the silver screen a platinum makeover. Contemporary or classical. Modern or medieval. London’s cultural offering has something for all tastes. Iconic venues such as The Royal Albert Hall and Royal Opera House play host to eclectic programmes that take in all of the above. The galleries and theatres are equally diverse, combining award-winning exhibitions and productions, with cutting edge shows that challenge both preconceptions and the future of modern arts.
Whether you’re drawn to the eclectic gems of Portobello market, Westbourne Grove’s array of interior design stores and retail therapy abounds the local area. The planned revitalisation of the iconic, Grade II listed Whiteleys Shopping Centre will cement the area’s appeal as a lifestyle hub in west London and rival the West End for the latest in amenities. Since the 60s London and fashion have been intertwined. The relationship today is stronger than ever, from the designer boutiques of Bond Street, department stores like Selfridges and Liberty, to Burberry’s iconic Regent Street home and the tailors of Savile Row, the West End will ensure London never loses its flair. More importantly the city’s fashion hub is just minutes away.
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