Number 5 is a seven-bedroom family home which will unquestionably stand the test of time. Its exterior hints at a classical heritage which complements the neo-Georgian architecture of Holland Park, yet behind the façade is a contemporary interior featuring market-leading design and technology. Why not take the tour? It’s the perfect way to while away a few minutes… and once you’re done, why not check out some more of the world’s best homes on our dedicated page?

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According to Savills: ‘The redesign reflects a period of transition for the property, and offers the reinterpretation of a classic style to create a bespoke, beautiful and functional home.’  Each floor celebrates a generosity of space with craftsmanship and detailing which is both timeless and beautiful. From the distinctive stone parquetry entrance hall to the bronzed balustrades rising up the feature staircase.  The property’s four storeys above ground include staff accommodation; a master bedroom with marble fireplace, two large en-suite bathrooms, a central dressing room, and six further double bedrooms – all linked by a lift that runs through the centre of home. This property is a legacy home which will last for generations to come. As one of the most desirable streets in London, Ilchester Place is enviably located in an area of Kensington that is coveted for its grand homes and imposing terraces.  Set within the Holland Park Conservation Area and immediately adjacent to Holland Park, Number 5 Ilchester Place has been completely rebuilt and extended behind its original retained façade. Other Holland Park residents include the Beckhams, Robbie Williams and Jimmy Page.

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‘Five Ilchester Place offers a rare opportunity to purchase a beautiful family home in a prime Holland Park,’ explains Pete Bevan, Director of Savills Kensington. ‘Not only is the property designed with the very best materials, the house offers leisure facilities that arguably rival some of the most luxurious boutique hotels in London, if not beyond.  ‘Furthermore with the home backing onto Holland Park itself, the buyers will be able to enjoy a green open space they might have previously thought only moving to the countryside could offer.’

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This property is currently on the market for £35,000,000 via Savills (opens in new tab).