Sutherland Avenue, Maida Vale, £1,350,000

Sutherland Avenue Maida Vale, £1,350,000

Sutherland Avenue
Maida Vale, £1,350,000

An exceptionally realised two-bedroom apartment in Little Venice with coveted views of one of London’s finest communal gardens: the Formosa Garden, which has proudly served exclusive West London families since the 1860s. Set on the second floor of an imperial Victorian red brick building, this is an exciting– and rare– opportunity to own a piece of London’s history.

The property stretches blissfully over 970 square feet of expertly curated and designed modern living space. There’s a contemporary regality to the open-plan kitchen reception, where period features are preserved and celebrated and fresh, neutral tones work harmoniously to reinvent the space for the modern homeowner. It’s bright and refined; bathed in the daylight that seeps in from original sash windows. Sweeping blond oak floors feel chic and charmingly mid-century, as high ceilings– grandiose and sumptuous– create the perfect breeding ground for natural light. Miele appliances glimmer in the kitchen: simple, timeless and sophisticated.

The master bedroom is bright and serene. There’s a softness here, a tranquility, echoed by the drifting leaves and petals of the trees beyond. Neatsmith fitted wardrobes in rich brown provide strength and authority, balancing the masculine and the feminine. The en-suite attached is a decadent expression of glistening white marble. The second bedroom is perfect for use as a guest bedroom, nursery or study.

The principal bathroom counteracts the brightness and neutrality of the rest of the property with concrete-effect tiles and warm grey overtones. There is a moodiness here– something that feels distinctively sexy and cosmopolitan: a space to cleanse and recharge among the colours and powers of nature and industry.




Sutherland Avenue is a prestigious, tree-lined street in the heart of Little Venice, designed by the architect George Gutch in the Regency Era and built over the following decades by leading builder Hugh Biers. Originally, it was two distinct roads– Stanraer Place and Sutherland Gardens– which were combined in 1887 to create the single Sutherland Avenue. Ideally located close to Formosa Street and Clifton Road, Sutherland Avenue prospers from rich local amenities and exclusive communal gardens. Regent’s Park and Paddington Recreation Ground are close by, as are the tranquil towpaths of the Grand Union Canal.


  • Maida Vale - 7 mins (Bakerloo Line)
  • Warwick Avenue - 7 mins (Bakerloo Line)
  • St. John's Wood - 19 mins (Jubilee Line)
  • Paddington - 22 mins (Bakerloo, Circle and District, Circle and Hammersmith & City, Elizabeth Lines, National Express and Heathrow Express)

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