An immaculately presented lateral apartment with open westerly views towards The Boltons.
Situated on the 4th floor (with lift) of this prestigious purpose-built period mansion building occupying a prominent position on this popular avenue.
The flat has been beautifully renovated to provide supremely elegant and comfortable accommodation with a particularly strong emphasis on living and entertaining space. Designed by the discerning owners working with renowned international interior designers Mlinaric Henry and Zervudachi they have created the perfect place to live.
Opening onto a spacious reception hall lined with bookshelves and a working fireplace this central space leads through oversized double doors to a drawing room with French windows opening onto a Juliet balcony.
The kitchen has been designed for maximum efficiency but with a low key design reminiscent of bygone age where the impact of the kitchen area when entertaining is minimised and where elegance is to the fore.
The principal bedroom suite is quietly situated towards the rear and includes a large walk in closet. Two further bedrooms and two further bathrooms (one has had the fittings removed, to suit the purposes of the current owner), a cloakroom and utility room complete the apartment.
A resident porter is on hand for daily refuse collection from the rear service door.
Chelsea and South Kensington have long been appreciated by Londoners and visitors alike. We love the quiet tucked away charm, finding those secret places that make a neighbourhood home. Drayton Gardens to the south has the vibrancy of the Fulham Road with a cinema and local convenience stores on your doorstep.
The private gardens of The Boltons, one of London’s most prestigious addresses, are available (by application) to residents of the building. Our favourite restaurants in the area include Margaux on Old Brompton Road along with the hugely popular Spanish restaurants, Cambio de Tercio and Tendido Cero.
Ricardo’s has been a long standing stalwart along the Fulham Road, and for members the Chelsea Arts Club is also nearby.
Frequent buses and the Underground at both Gloucester Road and South Kensington are within easy reach.