Beaufort Mansions Beaufort Street SW3
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1 Reception room
- Communal Garden
An exquisitely refurbished and spacious ground floor garden flat in Beaufort Mansions. A popular Victorian mansion block on Beaufort Street, a street named after Sir Thomas More’s home, Beaufort House, which in the 16th century was one of the chief interests in Chelsea. Beaufort House stood across the line of the present Beaufort Street and like Beaufort Mansions was rather nearer the King’s Road than the Thames.
The flat is cleverly designed around an entrance hall, with an open plan reception and kitchen seamlessly inviting you into the living space, naturally lit by a large bay window. The attention to detail and high specification is evident throughout the flat, no more so than in the kitchen and bathrooms, all of which has been a labour of love more than anything. The kitchen was designed by Tom Howley and the bathrooms are a combination of Lefroy Brooks fittings and carrara marble.
The expansive bedrooms to the rear overlook the communal garden, which very few flats in the building can boast direct access to and stretches the full width of the mansion block and enjoys a westerly aspect. The main bedroom suite includes a large dressing room with handmade, floor to ceiling wardrobes, providing an abundance of storage space. The third bedroom has the option of being a charming study or gym with doors leading outside to a paved, enclosed, sitting area overlooking the gardens.
Beaufort Street dissects the ever-popular King’s Road, offering a wide array of shops, restaurants, and cafes. Transport links are well served by buses, nearby underground stations, and Cadogan Pier, with river taxis providing a scenic commute into central London.
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