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Thurloe Square, SW7

Kensington, SW7
Property reference: LOB0324
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  • 7 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
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Living Area:  5,549 sq ft
TENURE:  Freehold

Thurloe Square was built circa 1840 and is located on the favoured east side of this elegant South Kensington garden square. Thurloe Square presents a substantial Grade II listed house designed by architect George Basevi. The house benefits from classic, well-proportioned reception rooms, a generous kitchen/breakfast room (with French windows opening onto the garden), a large games room at the lower ground floor and seven double bedrooms.

Thurloe Square is located on the borders of Knightsbridge and South Kensington and is considered to be part of central London's premier residential locations. There are a number of first-class hotels and famous restaurants nearby, including Tom Aikens, Pierre Koffmann, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and Dinner by Heston Blumenthal. It also has extremely popular retail destinations nearby, including Harrods and Harvey Nichols. Thurloe Square is just steps from Exhibition Road with London's great museums within yards. Just as close to Thurloe Square is Hyde Park, London's largest, most charming and diverse green space.

Planning Consents

Thurloe Square currently has approval (valid for 3 years from August 2018) for a first-floor conservatory as described in drawings PP/18/03383 and LB/03384. This Conservatory will add 130 square feet to the Gross Internal Area and considerable functionality to the property.

Planning Possibilities

  1. The architect indicates that the owner can extend the property and add between 119.51 and 179.89 square metres of additional Gross Internal Area working intelligently within the now widely accepted planning rules and practices within the Royal Borough. 
  2. Note that these planning gains derive from:
    - There is a potential additional area to a Basement and to the Lower Ground if we consider that half of the overall garden area is measured at 52.40m2.
    - Basement beneath non-original Listed Building
    - Lower Ground Floor Infill Courtyard
    - First Floor Terrace infill
  3. There is potential for a lift at the rear of the building.
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