A rare and unique penthouse (with lift) in a handsome portered mansion building in the heart of Chelsea. The apartment has been developed to an exceptional quality rarely found in a period building in prime London and is "turn-key", with
air conditioning and bespoke finishing.
Features include: Immaculate fitted kitchen; Independent central heating and hot water; Parquet floors and underfloor heating; Crestron lights; blinds and sound system; Bespoke, LED back-lit joinery; Working gas fire; Air Conditioning; Video entry phone system; Roof terrace with lighting and power.
The property has excellent spatial arrangement with great flow between the principle reception room with is astonishing ceiling height to the dining area ideally located opposite the kitchen.
The mezzanine sitting room and study offer a balance of separation of living space and is ideal entertaining area leading to the roof terrace.
The bedrooms are also clearly separated with privacy for the master bedroom en suite and two further double bedrooms sharing a family shower room. In addition there is a guest cloakroom.
Storage is good with numerous cupboards and storage areas including a loft space with easy access, ideal for suitcases and other family items that are not day to day.
Leasehold: Approximately 985 years remaining,
plus a share of freehold.
Service Charge: Approximately £5,832 pa
Reserve fund: Approximately £3,324 pa
Ground Rent: Peppercorn
Local Authority: The Royal Borough of
Kensington and Chelsea
Quietly located close to the amenities of Sloane Square and the Kings Road, St. Loo Avenue is a highly sought after address situated in a quiet and leafy residential location in the heart of historic Chelsea, close to the King’s Road, Sloane Square Underground Station, and the river.
Waitrose is at the top of Flood Street and Marks and Spencer a short walk from there. There is also a corner shop a short walk up Chelsea Manor Street.
The gardens of the Royal Hospital at Burton Court are a short walk - access to these and the Physic Gardens (even closer) are possible by separate negotiation.
Battersea Park with its 200 acres of playing fields and lake are a short walk over the Albert Bridge.
The Thames Clipper service provides a popular and quick commute to the City (approx. 35 minutes from Cadogan Pier to Canary Wharf).
Accessed from the sitting room/study, there is a very private roof terrace with a super view to the north and not overlooked.
There is a "wet-bar" with fitted fridge and a sink, ideally located just inside the sitting room making the utility and flow of space ideal for entertaining.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||1.9%||£4,528,750||4.3||3.5|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£810,000 (5)||£2,067,308 (13)||£3,786,667 (36)||£4,191,125 (40)||£6,841,471 (34)|
|Flats||£835,798 (146)||£1,567,048 (163)||£3,139,462 (78)||£3,245,385 (13)||-|
|All||£834,944 (151)||£1,603,999 (176)||£3,343,842 (114)||£3,959,151 (53)||£6,841,471 (34)|