Inside an apartment in London’s BBC Television Center
Roost Studio Limited/Knight Frank
Intelligent, stylish and extremely dreamy: this A contemporary Notting Hill apartment, meticulously designed by Suzy Hoodless, is now available to rent.
Located on the seventh floor of the historic BBC Television Centre, the apartment has three good sized bedrooms, three bathrooms, Sphere 8 resin floors with underfloor heating and custom Alex Findlater joinery, fitted wardrobes design, furniture and lighting throughout the house.
Inside, the interiors are modern and sober. There’s an open-plan living space with floor-to-ceiling windows, a 14-metre botanical-style planted terrace, rooftop views and furnishings that look like they belonged out of a glossy magazine. Comfortable sofas and armchairs invite you to linger in front of the TV, while the nearby kitchen (with an island and a bar) makes it easier than ever to have a drink.
Elsewhere, new tenants will also find a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a luxurious en-suite bathroom. The second and third bedrooms, all on the same floor, also have their own en-suite bathrooms and bespoke fitted wardrobes. Every room has a five star standard, from Aesop hand soap to soft fluffy towels waiting to be used.
It can cost upwards of £10,000 to rent each month, but there are also private amenities in the development to enjoy, including a private cinema, private garden for residents, access to the Soho House Gym (which has a gym, sauna, swimming pool and hammam), and meeting spaces with a reservation service. Working from home has never been so pleasant.
This property is available for furnished rental through Knight Frank Notting Hill.
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