64 Bayswater Road is a terraced block offering south facing views that overlook Kensington Gardens and is moments away from Lancaster Gate.
The block forms part of a Grade II listed terrace that would have been constructed between 1865 and 1870. The block is of architectural interest and is a fine example of late 19th century ornate group with Neo-classical detailing. The buildings original use was that of a single family dwelling but was later converted into the National Westminster Bank in 1914 and renamed Marlborough Gate House. The upper floors were converted into four flats in the 1930s, with the bank remaining until mid 20th century where it became a fully residential building.
The flats that we have acquired (1,3,4) are in a poor state of repair and we plan on reconfiguring and refurbishing each flat to upgrade them to modern standards. The reconfiguration works will create open plan living spaces and ensuite bathrooms. The modest changes will take into account the buildings special interest, whilst upgrading the accommodation to allow for the future sustainable use of the building.