High Street Kensington 4 MINUTES WALK
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Adam and Eve Mews is a super trendy location and one time address of George Michael from his Wham days. Freddie Mercury lived close by at I Logan Place.
Mews houses, now delightful and much sought after prime residential homes, were originally built to house horses with accommodation for the stable lads above. Often they are located behind London's grandest houses and are usually cobbled. This holiday house is no exception, transformed into a beautiful thoughtfully laid out 3 bedroom house.
From the entrance door a fairly steep staircase rises up to the first floor, a convivial and comfortable holiday home welcomes you. There is a lovely reception room with a dining table for 6-8 at one end, windows at both ends. An outside terrace offers an appealing space with a further table and seating. The kitchen is fully equipped with a door onto the terrace.
The third bedroom is on this floor and also a full bathroom. Good design isn't only about how a place looks, it's how it makes you feel. This home does not disappoint. There are two more bedrooms on the next floor with a further bathroom and power shower.
Theatre productions at the nearby Royal Albert Hall are always extraordinary events. Visit Kensington Public Library moments away in Hornton Street, for free leaflets, literature, maps, days out etc.
Nearby Hyde Park, originally one of King Henry VIII's hunting parks, is home to one of London's best loved free galleries, the Serpentine Gallery. Kensington Gardens is the setting for J M Barrie's Peter Pan. Visit 'The Royal Dress Collection' at Kensington Palace with its touching display of dresses worn by Princess Diana and other Royals. Kensington Palace is the London home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.