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Lyall Street, SW1

£21,000,000
Belgravia, London
Property reference: LOB0604
£21,000,000
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KEY FEATURES
  • 8 Bedrooms
  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Entertainment Room
Full Description

KEY FEATURES 

  • Magnificent unmodernised house
  • Potential development opportunity 
  • Low built Freehold House
  • Additional Mews House
  • Two Garages
  • Roof Terrace
  • Prime Belgravia

One of the very few low-built houses in this Belgravia area, this freehold, Grade II listed and offers an opportunity to purchase an impressive and completely unmodernised residence in a prime Belgravia location.  The property comprises two attached dwellings, the larger residence is a four-bedroom house on Lyall Street with a unique lateral façade, the smaller two bedroom mews house is located on Eaton Mews directly behind. The property offers generous lateral living space, with an impressive entrance hall and reception area in the main dwelling, which also benefits from a roof terrace, a media room, potential for a gym/wine cellar, a spacious utility room, two garages and a large principal bedroom with two bathrooms and a walk-in wardrobe. The two properties offer the potential for flexible living space with the option of staff accommodation away from the main residence.

LOCATION

Lyall Street is located in the heart of Belgravia, between Belgrave Square and Eaton Square, just a few minutes’ walk from world-renowned boutiques and restaurants and Hyde Park. Access to excellent public transport links such as Sloane Square underground station (serviced by the District/Circle line) and Victoria station offers access to central London, a direct line to Gatwick airport as well as national rail.

 

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