This stunning apartment is larger than many houses yet is arranged over one wide lateral space, and it has the most wonderful aspect to the east with far reaching views over the pretty, tree lined Douro Place and towards the Queens Tower in the distance.
This is combined with an elegant westerly frontage and an imposing façade which features a blue plaque commemorating the blocks most distinguished former resident, arguably the most influential poet of the 20th century, T.S. Eliot who resided here from 1888 to 1965.
Comprehensively refurbished with an Italianate design and monochrome palette the property is a masterpiece of minimalist design coupled with the very best of 21st century technology.
Soaring high door frames with extraordinary custom-made doors accentuate the over 3m ceiling heights and the apartment has excellent entertaining space along with a sleek contemporary kitchen.
A very large and well-appointed principal bedroom suite is positioned on the eastern edge of the apartment and this along with bedrooms two and three have the benefit of the unobstructed easterly views. A fourth bedroom, along with a utility room and guest cloakroom, completes the accommodation and throughout there is a harmonious and serene feel to this extraordinary property.
Kensington Court Gardens was completed in 1889 and was constructed of redbrick in the late Victorian style. The building has a resident porter and stylish communal areas with original mosaic floored entrance hallway along with a seven-person passenger lift to all floors.
Located just to the south of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park – with their beautiful open green spaces, lakes and leisure facilities, there are a number of amenities nearby including many highly-regarded shops, restaurants, gyms, some of the capital’s most prestigious schools and colleges. Of particular note is nearby Thomas’s preparatory school. There are also convenient transport links via nearby Underground Stations and Bus Routes into Knightsbridge, South Kensington, the City and West End.