7-12 Leinster Square featured in The Hill Resident magazine
Hip to be Square
Opening up garden squares to the public give house hunters the edge
"Leinster Square, once home to Sting and a short walk from the cafes and shops at Bayswater and Notting Hill was created when the surrounding imposing white stucco houses were built between 1856 and 1864. Alchemi Group, under the watchful eye of English Heritage, has now painstakingly restored a set of Grade II listed buildings, one previously owned by naturalist William Henry Hudson, a founding member of the RSPB. Triplex apartments and townhouses remain for sale each with three or four double bedrooms, private terraces overlooking the tranquil square, Farrow & Ball colour schemes and bespoke ironmongery and joinery. Prices from £3.85m through Hamptons International and Savills."