We checked the information and the developer's representatives confirmed that units in this residential complex can be purchased by using a mortgage.
A vibrant area with a thriving nightlife and numerous green spaces in West London, Ladbroke Grove has been chosen to house Portobello Square. Lying within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, the district is home to bustling markets, fashion boutiques, cosy cafés, and high-end restaurants, combining the area’s rich history and modern urban trends. The famous Portobello Road Market is situated only a couple of minutes away from Portobello Square, offering countless stalls that sell everything from vintage goods to flavorful foods from all over the world.
For long promenades amidst enchanting sceneries, you can stroll around the lush greenery of Meanwhile Gardens while enjoying peaceful views of the Grand Union Canal. Additionally, the nearby Emslie Horniman's Pleasance Park offers an exciting playground, an all-weather floodlit sports area with changing rooms, and a community garden, where people of all ages can take part in picking herbs while also learning more about them.
Providing means for exploring other parts of London, both Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park Underground stations are located just a short walk away from the new complex. Linked to the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines, the stations help you reach Paddington Station in just 5 minutes or arrive at King’s Cross in 19 minutes.
Portobello Square is a massive development placed along Wornington Road and Portobello Road with a public park in the middle. Divided into three phases, the project features several blocks of mid-rise buildings. Already completed, Phase 1 occupies the territory to the east of the park, while Phase 2 takes the opposite side, and the future third phase is to be placed at the pointy corner of Wornington Road and Portobello Road.
The first of four apartment buildings that are part of Phase 2, Bond Mansions rises across Wornington Road from the park. The contemporary-style façade of the 7-storey building features bleached brickwork and an array of Juliet balconies that add some old charm to the new build.
All residents of Portobello Square benefit from a public park space, set at the heart of the new development. The community green offers 2.3 acres of ground densely planted with various types of greenery, creating a perfect setting for an evening walk.
The building features an interior-designed entrance lobby, providing a warm welcome to everyone. In addition, Portobello Square includes a bicycle store.
To ensure top-notch security, the complex is equipped with video entrance phones and a Nest Protect smart alarm system.
Portobello Square offers a beautiful collection of one- and two-bedroom apartments spread across Bond Mansions. Overlooking the park, all units feature simple and elegant designs, set within open-plan spaces that allow you to decorate everything to your liking.
The Euro Cucina kitchens are fitted with Silestone worktops and state-of-the-art Siemens appliances, including a stainless steel oven, an induction hob, a dishwasher, a fridge/freezer, and a microwave. Meanwhile, the bathrooms come with white Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware and a thermostatically controlled shower, sheltered by a frameless glass screen.
Portobello Square is brought to you by Catalyst, a huge housing provider established in 2002 by the amalgamation of Kensington Housing Trust, Ealing Family Housing Association, and Northcote HA. The London-based company is focused on creating a lasting positive legacy by delivering high-quality homes that will lay the foundation for strong communities and vibrant neighbourhoods. With a vast portfolio of properties throughout London and the Home Counties, Catalyst’s developments include Aspire at St. Bernard’s Gate, the Folium, and Nova at Queensbury Square, to name just a few.
For more detailed information on Portobello Square, please visit the official website of the developer.