Courtesy of Domus Nova

A cluster of studios has undergone a radical transformation into a five-bedroom house stretching the length of a private mews in London’s Notting Hill.

St Stephen’s Yard is accessed via a glass corridor filled with plants. The London property covers 464 sqm across two storeys and is on the market with Domus Nova for £10.95m. At the rear of the ground floor is a vast reception, kitchen and dining room, floored in polished stone and overlooked by a dramatic, swirling staircase.

Plant-filled Notting Hill Mews hits the market for £10.5m
Courtesy of Domus Nova

The master suite with its vaulted ceiling takes over most of the first floor, including a sauna and dressing room. The roof terrace links it to the study and media rooms, which have the scope to be transformed into an additional two bedrooms.

Plant-filled Notting Hill Mews hits the market for £10.5m
Courtesy of Domus Nova
Plant-filled Notting Hill Mews hits the market for £10.5m
Courtesy of Domus Nova
Plant-filled Notting Hill Mews hits the market for £10.5m
Courtesy of Domus Nova

Four more bedrooms can be found on the property’s ground floor, as well as a central conservatory – and a wine cellar in the basement.

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Tish is contributing editor at The Spaces. She also writes for AnOther Magazine

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