Keller Williams UK
2 bed Apartment For Sale

B Upper Belgrave, London, London


Property Description

  • Lateral second floor appartment in historic Grade 2 listed property with a royal history.
  • Floor area c.131.5 sq m (1,415 sq. ft.)
  • 2 double bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms (both en suite)
  • Double reception room
  • Fully fitted kitchen
  • Lift
  • Long leasehold interest

Upper Belgrave Street is a historic Grade 2 listed building in the heart of Belgravia. It is in one of London's smartest locations between Eaton Square and Belgrave Square with stunning views over the gardens of Eaton Square and St Peter's Church.

Rare to the market, the second floor apartment has been meticulously maintained, retaining its authentic Regency feel. On entry, the marble floored corridor leads to a large double reception room (9.2m in length) with floor to ceiling heights in excess of 3m. The reception room is both bright and well laid out with double aspect views, allowing for fantastic natural light.

The kitchen is accessed directly from the reception room and includes up to date fixtures and fittings.

Like the rest of the flat, the master bedroom suite has been very tastefully decorated and retains its original charm. It benefits from a large built-in closet and an en-suite bathroom complete with bath, shower, WC, large sink basin, built in vanity cabinet and a heated towel rail. The second bedroom is of equally generous proportions with fantastic views, walk-in closets and an en suite shower room/WC. There is a guest WC off the corridor that his been beautifully decorated.

The high specification includes marble flooring in the kitchen and corridor, an original fireplace in the reception room, recessed halogen lighting to all rooms, recessed ceiling lighting in the corridor, bespoke fitted wardrobes, Fired Earth bathrooms, double glazing, heated towel rails in both bathrooms. The building has a lift.

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