Taking its name from the eighteenth century clay brickfields which once lay at the northern end of the street, the pretty, pastel coloured mews houses which make up Pottery Lane now form part of one of London’s most desirable neighbourhoods, Notting Hill
London is one of the world’s most exciting cities, and the appeal of living here has much to do with two words - location and convenience. Outstanding boutiques, cafés, Michelin-Starred restaurants, public open spaces and superb connectivity make Notting Hill one of the city's most sought after neighbourhoods.
The theme of convenience continues as you enter this recently refurbished double fronted mews house, arranged over three floors. The internal accommodation provides flexible living space, currently configured as four bedrooms. For those who require a more indulgent use of space, two bedrooms could easily be used as a media room and a separate study.
Sitting close to the intersection of both fashionable Notting Hill and leafy Holland Park, Pottery Lane is rich in history, and also close to one of London’s most exciting locations, White City.
Home to Westfield shopping centre and the newly reimagined former BBC studios at Television Centre, White City is a thriving neighbourhood of creatives, with Soho House members club outpost ‘White City House’, with co-working spaces, cinema and rooftop pool.
And when the hustle and bustle of London becomes too much, you can escape London for the weekend via the M40, with easy access to both Oxfordshire and The Cotswolds.