An outstanding house, presented in immaculate condition with a wider than average footprint, on a sought-after communal garden square.
The house extends to 4,730 sq. ft and offers superb family living space, excellent reception space and offers 7 bedrooms including a fabulous master bedroom suite with en-suite bathroom and fantastic dressing room. Opposite, are the well maintained communal gardens of Thurloe Square This is the idea family house, all within easy reach of the vast array of amenities that central London has to offer. Close by are the shops, bars and restaurants of Knightsbridge, South Kensington and Chelsea. There are a plethora of schools in the immediate area and South Kensington Station (District, Circle and Piccadilly Lines) is 0.1 miles away.
The Thurloe Estate was originally owned by descendants of Sir William Blake (d.1630). It became the Thurloe Estate when Blake’s descendent, Anna Maria Browne, conveyed it to John Thurloe (1616-1668), Oliver Cromwell’s Secretary of State who was presented with land in Brompton by Cromwell for services rendered during the Commonwealth. Thurloe Square is one of the few communal gardens that allows dogs. Access by separate negotiation.