Luxury Outlook 2022
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Single Family Homes
UK Sotheby's International Realty proudly presents this stunning six-bedroom (approx. 5,100 sq. ft) house located on the prestigious Carlyle Square in Chelsea.
Set over six floors this house provides an abundance of living and entertaining space. This home comprises six bedrooms all with en suite and a luxurious master bedroom suite that has stunning views over the square and gardens at the back of the property.
The lower part of this house is cleverly constructed around a courtyard giving natural light and natural ventilation to all of the bedroom at this level.
On the raised ground floor there is a bright open plan kitchen/dining/reception room with the added benefit of a built-in bar. This fantastic space also opens up directly onto a beautifully landscaped and illuminated garden focused around a beautiful Norwegian Maple tree. The garden has three main levels that include a limestone terrace with a gas fire.
This home also has a further large reception room with access to an upper terrace, a home gym and an opulent cinema room with stadium seating and a professional screening system.
Carlyle Square is undoubtedly one of the most sought after and well-maintained garden squares in Chelsea and is situated just off the Kings Road. The award-winning gardens are owned by and can only be accessed by the residents of the square. The square also has the added benefit of a security patrol.
Carlyle Square has great transport links with regular bus services as well as South Kensington (Circle, District, Piccadilly lines) underground station approximately 0.6 miles away and Sloane Square (District and Circle lines) underground station approximately 0.9 miles away (all distances and times given are approximate).
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