Eccleston Square is a tranquil oasis in the heart of Central London. The lush, beautifully maintained private communal garden in the centre of the square has its own tennis court, playground and BBQ area.
It is surrounded by grand white stucco terraces built in the 1820s by Thomas Cubitt, the famous architect of Eaton Square, Belgrave square and the east front of Buckingham Palace.
The location offers easy access to a great choice of excellent restaurants, cafes and shops of Belgravia and Chelsea, the scenic footpaths of St James, Battersea and Hyde parks and the iconic landmarks of Westminster.
Many of the best private schools in London - Westminster School, Eaton Square School, Sussex House, Francis Holland, Garden House, Hill House and Westminster Cathedral School - are but a short walk away.
Transport is convenient via Victoria Station which has a main line, underground and bus service as well as the Gatwick Express, a 30-minute train to Gatwick airport.
This recently refurbished historic freehold is extremely spacious (over 4,800 sq ft) and benefits significantly from plentiful outdoor space. With its high ceilings and beautiful open views from all windows it is full of light throughout the year.
The house is located in the middle of a quiet private garden square featuring a tennis court, playground and BBQ area. The building consists of two units with separate entrances: a seven bedroom main house and a two bedroom flat.
The main house has a large and well-equipped kitchen with an AGA stove on the ground floor, a versatile reception space across the ground and first floor levels, a superb principal bedroom suite on the second floor, six further bedrooms, an office and a separate utility room.
The lower ground floor has a self-contained two bedroom apartment with a courtyard and two tanked storage vaults.
The terrace on the first floor faces the garden. The courtyard on the other side is completely private.
This exceptional property will appeal to anyone seeking a comfortable and spacious Central London family home. There is very little locally that may compare with it.