This fabulous apartment underwent a total restoration.
With a total area of 1,630 sq ft the apartment occupies the second and third floors of a classic white stucco 19th Century Eaton Square mansion built by master builder Thomas Cubitt, who also built the east front of Buckingham Palace.
The apartment has a classic layout with entry hall, formal drawing room, dining room and kitchen. Both sides of the apartment benefit from large windows and good light. The drawing room overlooks the private garden (with tennis courts) reserved for Eaton Square residents.
The floor is dark Versailles parquet throughout. The kitchen is Poggenpohl and designed by Hecht.London. Its sleek and crisp white lines are in stark contrast to the classic formality of the other rooms. Cupboard doors and drawers are electrically operated and worktops, splashbacks and even the sink are seamlessly moulded in Corian©. One wall is glass with a concealed Loeve mirror TV.
The upper floor has a more relaxed appearance with luxurious soft carpet throughout. The master suite features bespoke floor to ceiling wardrobes with sliding doors in light walnut and a spacious en-suite bathroom/wetroom with rainfall shower.
There is an additional large bathroom/wetroom on the top landing.
The rest of the upper floor is dedicated to the media room with study/dressing room-area. This room has a very relaxed and informal feel and enjoys fantastic light through three large windows overlooking the garden square. The focal point of the room is a stylish white marble mantelpiece. There are bespoke floor to ceiling wardrobes in two sections of this room - in the separate study area (with built-in A4 filing drawers) and in the main part of the room (especially built to accommodate shoes up to size 11, and handbags up to 40cm Birkin bags).
The common parts of the building are newly decorated to a high standard. The property also benefits from the wonderful Eaton Square porters and caretakers as well as night security guards.
For further information please contact HECHT London (Michael Hecht)