Palace Court Manors
Notting Hill, W2
Located on one of the most exclusive roads in W2, this distinctive former Queen Anne-style terrace development has an unrivalled position, less than 300 metres to the Royal Parks of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens and 400 metres to Notting Hill and the prestigious shopping street of Westbourne Grove. The property benefits from excellent transport links around London, including Notting Hill Gate, Bayswater and Queensway underground stations, which are just a short five-minute walk away.
This Grade II listed building is arranged over six floors in Bayswater totals 7,004 square feet. It has a fascinating literary and blue plaque heritage, originally built in 1889 for Wilfrid and Alice Meynell (Thompson) by Leonard Aloysius Scott Stokes, a famous English architect. Adorning the front of the property is one of London’s famous blue plaques – one of over 950 across the capital – that was erected in 1948 in memory of Alice.