A five-storey townhouse with a passenger lift and roof terrace, located on a beautiful and historic garden square.
Entering on the ground floor, the front hall opens onto a dining room with views over the garden square. In addition, a connecting corridor kitchen leads through to the terrace at the back of the house.
Upstairs, an impressive reception room occupies the entire first floor, with exceptionally high ceilings and a front-facing balcony running the width of the building.
On the second floor, the principal bedroom includes a generous ensuite, while two bedrooms with a shared bathroom complete the third floor. Finally, downstairs, the lower ground floor provides a bedroom, a bathroom, a study and considerable storage space.
The interior has two unusual features: a glass passenger lift running throughout the property, and air conditioning in each room. It is also finished to the highest quality in a dramatic monochrome colour scheme and is available unfurnished.
The house is Grade II listed with a white stucco facade and was built around 1830.
It contains a garden with wooden decking and a roof terrace with views over Chelsea. In addition, it is located on the eastern side of Wellington Square, a private garden with a formal design, shaded by mature plane trees.
The square was laid out in the early nineteenth century and named after Arthur Wellesley, the first Duke of Wellington.
It was once home to A.A. Milne, author of Winnie-the-Pooh, as well as the fictional address of Ian Fleming’s spy James Bond. Today, it is among the most desirable addresses in Chelsea, close to the excellent restaurants, shops, and transport facilities of King's Road and Sloane Square, but with a sense of privacy and seclusion.
This flat is ideally located in a sought after private gated development
Brompton Park Crescent