Belgravia has all the ingredients to attract the world’s super-rich. The area's exclusive gardens - Belgrave Square, Eaton Square, Chester Square, Wilton Crescent and Lowndes Square - are considered among the finest in the city. London's top restaurants, galleries and designer boutiques are also within easy reach.
The area is also famous for its stuccoed terraces with porticos and first-floor balconies, many of which have now been converted into grand flats, often across several buildings.
New to the market and sitting behind the elegant red-brick façade of Chantrey House, this lateral three-bedroom apartment spans 1,951sq ft, offering plenty of space for entertaining with an eat-in kitchen and a separate formal dining room.
The decked balcony, which runs the entire length of the open-plan living area and master bedroom suite, is perfect for taking it al fresco.
This is turn key living at its very best. International interior designers Argent Design have created light and elegant living spaces enhanced with intricate bespoke joinery, timber flooring, rich fabrics and discreet coffered lighting.
Added 21st-century luxury details are integrated throughout, from the latest Miele appliances, warming drawers and a temperature-controlled wine cabinet in the kitchen, to the sophisticated audio, security, lighting, heating and cooling systems that can all be controlled at the touch of a button.
Belgravia is in Zone 1 and has four Tube stations: Hyde Park Corner and Knightsbridge on the Piccadilly line; Victoria on the District, Circle and Victoria lines, and Sloane Square on the District and Circle lines.
Price: £4.25 million
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