Notting Hill

A bohemian neighbourhood in west London

After the release of the 1999 film starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts, Notting Hill itself became the star of London’s property market. The vibrant Portobello Road, with its antiques market and vintage fashion stores, draws tourists and homebuyers alike to experience the artistic atmosphere.

Scattered amongst the casual cafes and shops, the Electric Cinema and a multitude of fine dining restaurants provide a never-ending supply of evening plans. With so much to see and do, plus numerous schools rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, it’s understandable why residents rarely leave the area.

The residential roads feature tall stucco houses, plenty of which have direct access onto private and communal gardens. Many of these buildings have been converted into lateral apartments by developers, realising the local amenities and excellent transport links into Central London make this an ideal place to live.



Ladbroke Grove Underground
Westbourne Park Underground
Notting Hill Gate Underground

Green Space

Holland Park
Avondale Park
Kensington Gardens