Gabriela Peacock, a nutritionist who has worked with the British royal family, is listing her West London home after owning it for 14 years.
The owners are Gabriela and David Peacock, shown in 2022.
The Victorian house is asking £21.5 million, or about $26.7 million, according to the listing agent, Marcus O’Brien of UK Sotheby’s International Realty.
Peacock is the founder of GP Nutrition, which creates dietary supplements, and has worked with clients such as Princess Beatrice, actress Joan Collins and musician James Blunt.
Peacock said she and her husband, financier David Peacock, bought the home in 2010 for £13 million. The free-standing house is located in the coveted Notting Hill neighborhood on a tree-lined street known as Dawson Place, where the homes rarely hit the market, O’Brien said. The six-bedroom home spans roughly 6,600 square feet.
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The Peacocks, who now have three young children, liked the house for its size and its large windows, which maximize the home’s natural light, Gabriela said. The front of the house looks out to the street, which is filled with cherry blossoms in the spring. “It looks like old London—the London you see in postcards,” Gabriela said.
The house measures about 6,600 square feet.
The property’s garden has a manicured lawn in the center. A large study overlooking the garden is where Gabriela researched and wrote her nutrition books, “2 Weeks to Feeling Great” and “2 Weeks to a Younger You.” While she usually works out of her clinic, she said, some of her higher-profile clients prefer to see her at her home.
The garden has a patio and manicured lawn.
The kitchen opens to the garden.
Around six years ago, the Peacocks added a lower level with skylights that runs the length of the house, according to Gabriela. It contains a gym, wine cellar, family room, entertainment room, office space, guest bedroom and a staff wing with a bedroom and kitchen. The renovation took about two years, according to Gabriela, who declined to give the cost of the project.
Throughout the home, they had fun with the design, Gabriela said. There is a life-size statue of an ostrich in the formal living room, which they plan to keep. The main kitchen opens to a patio, and the primary suite occupies its own floor.
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The house has six bedrooms.
The Peacocks are selling because they want to move to the countryside, she said.
Located less than a mile from Hyde Park, Notting Hill has always been expensive, but saw an increase in demand during the pandemic because of its proximity to communal gardens, according to O’Brien. Early last year, a home a few doors down traded hands for £45 million, he said.
The free-standing house is located in Notting Hill.
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