Philbeach Gardens Earls Court SW5
- 6 Bedrooms
- 6 Bathrooms
- 5 Reception rooms
- Roof Terrace
A grand six bedroom family home measuring a total of 4,868 square feet on this handsome tree-lined crescent.
This exceptionally rare house sits in the quietest stretch of Philbeach Gardens and benefits from fantastic ceiling heights and width. An elegant first floor drawing room is complimented by a magnificent master bedroom suite on the second floor. A generous study or potential dining room sits alongside a large eat-in family kitchen which itself opens out directly on to a 44 foot west-facing garden.
The lower ground floor, whilst connected to the house, can operate as an independent self-contained two bedroom flat complete with its own reception area, kitchen and separate access to street.
Philbeach Gardens is a quiet tree-lined one-way, residential street in the heart of Earls Court and benefits from exceptional transport connections. There is easy and immediate access to Earls Court Underground station and the excellent transport links it boasts, along with convenient access to the M4 and Heathrow Airport.
Access to Philbeach Gardens communal gardens is possible via separate arrangement.
- Phone: +44 (0) 20 7225 0277
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