Star billing for this well-placed London home

Gloucestershire Echo - - OPEN HOUSE -


SADLY there’s no cel­lar for stor­ing the finest wines avail­able to hu­man­ity, but there are plenty of other beau­ti­ful sell­ing points to this Not­ting Hill home which was once a lo­ca­tion for the film With­nail & I. The three-bedoom end-of­ter­race mews house is hid­den away in a cul-de-sac street in what’s been la­belled London’s most In­sta­grammable dis­trict and was a big screen base for ac­tor Richard E Grant when the cult film was shot back in 1987. Now for sale with a guide price of £1,750,000, it has a fab­u­lous ground floor en­ter­tain­ing space, din­ing kitchen room, re­cep­tion room and shower room on the ground floor. A con­tem­po­rary flow-through de­sign cre­ates a light, open liv­ing space and there are lots of stylish in­te­rior fea­tures. Up­stairs there is a large mas­ter bed­room with en-suite bath­room and two more good-sized bed­rooms. One of the most im­pres­sive fea­tures of the house, though, is on the sec­ond floor where there is a large roof ter­race giv­ing fan­tas­tic views across Not­ting Hill.

■ The house on Ansleigh Place has been listed with es­tate agent Lurot Brand which spe­cialises in the sale and let of mews prop­er­ties in Cen­tral and West London. It is avail­able free­hold, with a guide price of £1.75mil­lion. Go to lurot­

The mews house was used as a lo­ca­tion in With­nail & I, star­ring Richard E Grant, left It looks great on In­sta­gram and has fan­tas­tic views of Not­ting Hill

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