The house was completely rebuilt in 2012, creating wonderful volume, light and entertaining space in the lower ground floor. The ground floor reception space is flooded with light from the garden and the first floor has a wonderful roof terrace.
Being newly constructed with a steel, concrete and wood frame, the house has been meticulously designed and is ideal for entertaining as well as modern family living.
The ground floor is open plan with excellent ceiling heights which complement the full-height glazed doors that open from the reception space into the paved garden.
There is excellent communication with the lower ground floor, via clever architecture also giving plenty of natural light. The kitchen and dining room has a fabulous atmosphere currently arranged with a dining table that seats 14 but could comfortably seat more.
The use of a classic, reclaimed Belfast sink and butchers block, as well as state of the art appliances including Sub Zero and Wolf, come together to create a 'chefs-kitchen' that is also ideal for day to day use. There is a utility area and guest cloakroom with Miele appliances.
With no half-landings, the staircase has gallery landings stocked with ex british library shelving and a first floor roof terrace that is easy to access from both the ground floor and principal bedroom and en suite bathroom, that has an antique bath and Vola fittings.
The second floor comprises a second principal guest en suite and above are two further double bedrooms that share a family shower room. There is also excellent access to a flat roof. All the bedrooms benefit from a laundry-chute and dumb-waiter to the lower ground floor.
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23 Trevor Place occupies a wonderfully peaceful position at the preferred end of the road and the location is superb. Montpelier Street is just around the corner and is a wonderful village environment with smaller day-to-day shops and cafés. Waitrose and Sainsbury’s are only a short walk and the famous Brompton Road provides an exciting and diverse retail experience.
Knightsbridge with Harrods, Sloane Street and Walton Street are in very close proximity as are the underground stations of both Knightsbridge and South Kensington. Sloane Square and High Street Kensington are approximately equidistant and the c.630 acres of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens are perfect for running and dog-walking.
There is a wonderful paved garden accessed from the reception room via full height, glazed doors, making the garden a wonderful and usable space.
Additionally, there is a first floor roof terrace that is easily accessible from the first floor landing, principal bedroom and ground floor.