We’re very pleased to present this incredible example of a late Georgian town house, originally designed by Thomas Cubitt, and subsequently sympathetically renovated and perfectly laid out for modern family living.
The 2,878 sq ft interior has been extensively re-modelled to accommodate a huge open plan living space on the ground floor which is rare (if not unique) among Pimlico’s townhouses. On the first floor there is a beautifully presented drawing room with floor to ceiling windows and an open fire place. Just next to this is a panelled study framed by original oak double doors with views onto the rear terrace and the London skyline beyond.
The elegantly restored master bedroom and spacious en suite bathroom are found on the second floor, with guest bedrooms and a bathroom on the top floor above.
The property boasts some fabulous outside space, with a front balcony perfect for summer drinks above the property’s main porticoed entrance, and a large first floor terrace at the rear of the property which is ideal for barbecues or relaxing in the sunshine. The lower ground floor of the property is configured as a well-appointed self-contained flat, which can be used to generate a dependable rental income or to provide additional guest accommodation, which is easily accessed internally from the main house.
It’s location in one of the most desirable streets in Pimlico, means that the property benefits from very little passing traffic whilst still being within easy walking distance of the local shops, bars and restaurants of Pimlico.