Egerton Crescent Chelsea SW3
- 6 Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- 3 Reception rooms
- Communal Garden
A magnificent and rare Grade II listed six-bedroom end of terrace house on this prestigious and highly sought-after address.
Built of traditional brick construction behind a painted stucco fronted elevation, the house is arranged over lower ground, ground and 3 upper storeys.
This property has the distinct advantage of a generous side entrance on raised ground floor level, as well as a triple aspect with large windows on the western elevation of the building that enjoy far-reaching views. Owing to this, the property is extremely light and has fantastic views.
The property has an Ionic pilastered doorway and an ornamental balcony at first floor level which enjoys excellent views over the private gardens of Egerton Crescent to which this house has access.
Egerton Crescent is located south of Brompton Road, west of Egerton Terrace and east of Old Brompton Road in the prime central London area of Knightsbridge. The location is within easy reach of a range of museums, art galleries and the iconic department stores of both Harrods and Harvey Nichols. The wide-open spaces of Hyde Park are also nearby.
Available immediately on an unfurnished basis.
- Phone: +44 (0) 20 7225 0277
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