A magnificent, exceptionally well presented six bedroom freehold town house situated on an elegant Georgian terraced row in the heart of Belgravia.
This stunning Georgian freehold property boasts a charming exposed yellow brick facade with a perfectly preserved white stucco, "smooth faced" rusticated base storey and an imposing, wide, front door with a traditional decorative fanlight above it. A street style lantern is mounted to the base storey, serving to gently illuminate the facade at night, accentuating it charming historical aesthetic. The interior has recently been completely refurbished to an exceptional standard with a striking juxtaposition between the original features and new modern design.
The long, entrance hallway boasts high ceilings, intricately designed ornate marble floors, tall decorative skirting boards as well as bespoke lanterns with a period aesthetic hanging from the ceiling and mounted to the walls. The entrance hallway provides access to the elegant main staircase (with bespoke dark wood railing), a lift and a guest WC. To the left of the entrance hallway is a spacious dining room boasting high ceilings with decorative ornaments (which sympathetically mimic traditional Georgian ceiling decorations whilst maintaining a distinctly contemporary aesthetic), rectangular skirting board so tall that they almost reach the ceiling, a large bespoke chandelier and wall mounted lanterns ( both with eye catching contemporary design) as well as bespoke dark wood flooring. The dark wood floors clash dramatically with the rest of the dining rooms white decor, making the space especially striking. The dining room also contains an beautiful dark marble fireplace and benefits from an abundance of natural light entering the space via two, large sash windows. The back of the ground floor contains a very large, highly modernised kitchen/breakfast room which benefits from bespoke contemporary design/appliances, a sizeable island feature and ornate work tops. The kitchen/breakfast room is flooded with natural light from a glass panel ceiling (occupying about a third of the kitchens ceiling space) which connects to the a glass panel wall with a set of impressive floor to ceiling double doors, that open into the well proportioned garden which is abundant with beautiful floral greenery.
The two principle rooms of the Piano noble first floor have been combined, creating one large, open plan, "double reception room". The double reception room spans the entire width of the front section of first floor and stretches all the way to the back of the first floor, occupying the area which historically would have been used as a dining room, forming a expansive, L shaped space. The double reception rooms boasts high ceilings, grand proportions, two ornate marble fireplaces, bespoke contemporary design and exquisite dark wood flooring, The double reception room also benefits from an incredible degree of natural light exposure, entering the space through three sets of floor to ceiling windows with French doors ( two at the front and one at the back of the property) that open onto two sizeable balconies one at the front and the other at the back of the property. The second floor also contains a spacious study, modernised to a high standard, which boasts high ceiling, bespoke dark wood flooring and a floor to ceiling fitted bookcase with lighting in built lights. The study also benefits from plenty of natural light, which enters the space via a large window and a set of floor to ceiling windows with French doors which open onto the first floor balcony at the back of the property.
The entire second floor is dedicated to a remarkably large, opulent master bedroom suite which benefits from bespoke contemporary design, an ornate en-suite bathroom (complete with a separate stand up shower/bath and boasting a stunning chandelier) a substantial dressing room with ample storage space as well as a small out door space accessible via the en suite bathroom.
An additional 3 bedrooms are located on the third floor, one benefiting from an en-suite and the other two sharing a large bathroom.
The lower ground floor boasts an impressive cinema room, with a exquisite interior design and bespoke, intricate lighting consisting of two rectangular LED strips built into the ceiling with a highly unique rectangular centre piece light feature and a bar. The cinema benefits from plenty of natural light entering the space via two sets of floor to ceiling double doors which lead out onto the spacious lower ground garden. The lower ground floor also contains a further two bedrooms complete with their own en-suite bathrooms, a second kitchen with bespoke modern appliances, a guest WC, two vaults, a large plant room, a sizeable wine cellar and a patio which leads to a separate street level entrance.
The basement level is contains a tremendous spa, boasting an impressive 8.97 meter long swimming pool, a sauna, a steam room, a shower room and a bathroom. Also located in the basement is gym which benefits from grand proportions (spanning the entire width of the property) and second plant room.
This Charming property sits on Chapel Street- one of London's most famous streets, that is steeped in history. The house was formerly owned by Lord Heseltine, one of Britain's most prominent and controversial politicians of the late 1900's, for many years and it was on the steps outside the property, that Heseltine announced he would challenge Margaret Thatcher for the leadership of the Conservative Party in 1990.
Chapel Street provides quick access to local amenities, as well as being only moments away from the Michelin starred restaurants of Mayfair and the internationally renowned shopping of Knightsbridge. The striking new Peninsula hotel is being built moments away which is set to be one of London's newest iconic hotels.
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