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Lowndes Lodge

Belgravia, SW1X

Lowndes Lodge, Belgravia, SW1X

Brochure

Belgravia flat with glorious views over Cadogan Place

£5,500,000

Asking price

$7,008,101

€6,456,998

¥1,100,026,631

AED 25,740,756

SAR 26,281,803

Brochure

Bedrooms

4

Bathrooms

3

Internal

2,080

sq ft

193

sqm

Outdoor

89

sq ft

EPC

C

Tenure

Leasehold

i

Length of lease left:
121 years

Ground rent:
£0 p/y

Service charge:
£21000 p/y
Includes contribution to the sinking fund

Council Tax

RBKC, H

Map

Floorplan

The Property

Four-bedroom lateral flat in a mansion block with porter, lift and parking access, on a sought-after garden square.

Reception Room

Balcony Views

Reception Room

Balcony Views

Indoor Spaces

The entrance hall opens onto large drawing room lined with French windows, leading out onto the terrace. In addition, the hall allows access to the open-plan kitchen with separate dining area, and a sitting room leading through to the bedroom corridor.

The Bedrooms

The property contains four bedrooms in total, two of them ensuite, and two more with a shared bathroom. Each room offers built-in storage and bookcases.

This sixth-floor flat benefits from numerous windows, meaning it is filled with light throughout the day. It has been gracefully decorated to traditional tastes, but with the opportunity to be renovated in a modern style.

Outdoor Spaces

The property includes a west-facing terrace, with views over Cadogan Place and the rooftops of Knightsbridge.

Lowndes Lodge

Lowndes Lodge is a post-war mansion block with a porter and a lift, as well as the option of garage parking by separate agreement. Residents enjoy access to the private communal gardens of Cadogan Place Park, which includes a tennis court and permission to walk dogs.

The Neighbourhood

Cadogan Place is among the most exclusive addresses in Belgravia. Its stucco terraces were built in the early nineteenth century and popular with politicians and aristocrats, including William Wilberforce and Harold Macmillan. The square is within walking distance of Knightsbridge station, as well as the neighbourhood’s exclusive shops, hotels and restaurants.

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