A period country house in the heart of Kensington available as an elegant film location
Built in 1737, Clementi House in Kensington W8 has remained essentially unaltered for over two and three-quarter centuries, and retains the ambience of a traditional upper class English family home, which it serves as to the present day while now being available virtually throughout as a film location.
Clementi House is on 4 floors. It comprises some 25 rooms including spacious drawing room, dining room, front hall, parlour, boudoir, library, master bedroom and several others, gallery, studio, kitchens, two staircases, roof garden, private ground-level garden, and 18th century east-facing façade.
Period furniture (including present-day soft furnishings) and brass fittings
Period carved fireplaces and mantelpieces
Period (18th Century) display cabinets
Period wallpaper (William Morris and others)
18th and 19th Century oil paintings
Forte-piano (Clementi) and contemporary pianoforte
PARKING is usually available across the street.
TO VIEW please email the proprietor at <firstname.lastname@example.org>