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- An exceptional ;ballroom-style' reception room
- 12ft high ceilings
- Ample natural light
- Moments from the King's Road
This magnificent Cadogan Gardens apartment offers opulent living in grand style, that is perfect for someone living the single life, or a couple, and is ideal for those who like to entertain, formally and casually.
The apartment is located within a period red brick building and benefits from a corner position, allowing the property to be flooded with natural daylight. The main entrance is located on the raised ground floor, opening onto the main entrance hall.
The entrance opens directly on to a ‘gallery’ like entrance hall extend over almost the full length of the apartment, with dado and panel detailing to the walls, and two large storage or cloak cupboards. To the front lies a grand reception room, of exceptional scale: 38’ 6” by 20’ 5” (11.73 x 6.22 m) with 12 ft ceiling heights and original fireplace, the room is flooded with daylight from three windows – one large bay to the side and two to the front, one of which extends to the full height of the room and provides access to the balcony at the front of the property. The dining area is located directly in front of the large bay window, with a dining table that comfortably seats 8-10 guests with ample space for formal dining and place settings.
The principal bedroom suite, of classic proportions (with 12 ft high ceilings) offers two large windows and bespoke wardrobes providing ample storage, with custom cabinetry work hiding the ‘secret’ entrance to the ensuite bathroom. The focal point of the room is the exceptional coffered ceiling, which uses plaster detailing to create an almost ‘moor-ish’ style design, bringing warmth and colour to space.
To the rear of the apartment is a large ‘eat-in’ kitchen, which creates a great sense of style with 12 ft high ceiling and a chandelier. The room is flooded with natural light from a window to the rear and bay window to the side, with period stained glass panels accents. Custom kitchen cabinetry provides ample storage, with built-in dishwasher and fridge-freezer and flat-screen television housing. Real wood flooring brings a warming tone to space. The property also benefits from gas central heating and video entry system.
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is the smallest borough in London, known for its urban, multicultural and elegant presence. It boasts a number of significant museums, such as the Natural History Museum as well as the Victoria and Albert Museum. It is also host to popular department stores.
Cadogan Gardens forms part of the Cadogan Estate, the origins of which date back to 1712. In 1777 Charles Sloane Cadogan, then Earl Cadogan, granted a lease to architect Henry Holland to create the first-ever purpose-built new town, Hans Town, providing the distinctive Georgian houses which characterise the area to this day.
- Entrance Hall
- Double Reception Room
- Dining area
- Master Bedroom with Ensuite Bathroom
- Floor Plan
- Reception room
- Principle suite
- Family kitchen
- Kitchen & breakfast room
- Principal bedroom
- Principal bedroom with ensuite bathroom
Known for its elegance and royal status, Kensington and Chelsea is a small district in London thriving with its high end department stores and buzzing streets. It is home to some of the most expensive residential properties in the world. It is also near by to major museums, such as the Leighton House Museum as well as the Natural History Museum.