Sutherland Avenue, Maida Vale, £1,295,000

Sutherland Avenue Maida Vale, £1,295,000

Sutherland Avenue
Maida Vale, £1,295,000

In the heart of Maida Vale, this exceptional, design-led ground floor apartment proudly occupies the former drawing rooms of an historic Victorian house.

Beneath the gallery of a tastefully muted and ultra-modern kitchen, sprawls this apotheosis of contemporary excellence: the reception room, where historic features have been painstakingly refreshed in neutral tones. The height of the space is staggering: 3.6m (approx. 12ft) of panelled walls, stretching to decadent Italianate cornice. Light glissades in from quintessentially Victorian non-bar sash windows, with their thicker profile and towering height. It is a bright and soothing space, anchored triumphantly between the opulence of the Victorian era and the refined glamour that defines the upper circles of modern living. One cannot forget to mention the parquet floors of dark oak, that spread beneath like rich maple syrup. Attached at the rear: a glazed winter garden with a tasteful ‘wet’ bar and bi-fold doors, which fold back to create the perfect outdoor space for Summer evenings.

The master bedroom suite is a luxurious retreat, where cool stone tones are invigorated by subtle blushes of rose and peach. Calm and sensuous, the master bedroom also includes: ample fitted wardrobes and a pristine en-suite with shower over bath. The rest of the property is comprised of a generous second double bedroom with fitted storage and a playfully elevated seating bay; a shower room that dazzles with gold fixtures and green tiles that feel a contemporary iteration of the Victorian bottle green tiles that dominated prestige buildings of the era.




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.


  • Warwick Avenue - 7 mins (Bakerloo Line)
  • Westbourne Park - 19 mins (Circle, Hammersmith & City Lines)
  • Paddington - 21 mins (Bakerloo, Circle and District, Circle and Hammersmith & City, Elizabeth Lines, National Express and Heathrow Express)
  • St. Johns Wood - 22 mins (Jubilee Line)

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