Ladbroke Grove is a trendy area to the North West of London which has long been the haunt of musicians, and independent bars, pubs and restaurants. It’s leafy streets and a branch of the Grand Union Canal makes it an attractive place to live. It is also home to the famous Notting Hill Carnival.
Ladbroke Grove is in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It is a road running roughly north to south and the area of Ladbroke Grove also covers the surrounding streets including Portobello Road. It has great transport connections being adjacent to the A40 Westway which provides direct access to the UK road network, as well as Ladbroke Grove underground station which is on the Circle and the Hammersmith and City lines.
Our selection of new and modern Ladbroke Grove apartments are towards the north end of Ladbroke Grove, very close to the Grand Union Canal and trendy shops and bars such as the designer Tom Dixon’s store and the stylish canal side Dock Kitchen. Other restaurants such as Pizza East are just a short walk away.
Head south from these high spec Ladbroke Grove apartments and you can enjoy the tree lined road of Ladbroke Grove, which was mostly built in the mid-19th Century and features rows of attractive Victorian houses. At the southern end of Ladbroke Grove you come to Notting Hill, and the area around Portobello Road. Here you will find the world’s largest antique market, Portobello Market, which is one of London’s most popular and colourful landmarks. This is a great place to shop for antiques or simply browse in the quirky independent shops and stop for a coffee at one of the popular cafes!
If you are looking for high spec and modern Ladbroke Grove apartments, in a great location we recommend our West Row properties.