Distinctly different from the traditional early Victorian town houses to be found in many parts of Belgravia, this distinguished 2 reception room, 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom, 3 storey house is situated in one of the quieter residential parts of Belgravia.
It is arranged over only three floors – being the ground floor, the first floor and the second floor. The foot-print of the house is a fraction under 1,000 square feet per floor, with the overall floor area amounting to 2,942 square feet.
There is no lower ground floor or basement level although there is scope to add a further 900 square feet of living space (subject to planning) if required
On arrival, the first impression is one of width and space. A generously-proportioned sitting room with south-facing bay windows is served by a fully-fitted breakfasting kitchen, utility room, bathroom and fourth bedroom/dining room. A secondary 25 x 15 ft reception room on the first floor benefits from three full-height windows facing south. The principal bedroom has a separate dressing area and full en-suite bathroom, with shower above the bath. There is also a second dressing room currently used as an office. The top floor consists of two good-sized bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms and showers. A door leads from the top landing to a south-west facing terrace. A lift from the hallway and landings serves all three floors.
Close proximity to Hyde Park corner and Victoria station, including District & Circle and Victoria underground lines. Gatwick and Heathrow airports are 30 minutes and 45 minutes travel time away respectively. Travel to the City, Canary Wharf and the West End is even less.
Belgravia enjoys a prestigious “village” atmosphere with high quality restaurants, bars, cafes, traditional London pubs, supermarkets and individual shops all within easy walking distance.
- Thomas Cubitt – a gastro pub with excellent food and a great atmosphere.
- Peggy Porschen – the world's most famous cupcakes, served with a choice of tea and coffee
- Philip Tracey – where to buy the most fashionable and unique hat for Royal Ascot
Orange Square & Pimlico Road
- The Orange – very presentable, recently refurbished pub and restaurant, offering wild boar soup with chorizo followed by wood-oven pizza
- Daylesford Organics - Chic, all-day cafe-deli with marble-topped tables, for seasonal organic plates and salads.
- Fine Art shops, galleries and antique furniture stores for a fascinating browse around on a drizzly afternoon
"What I have always enjoyed about living at Wilton Lodge is the bright, light and spacious feel wherever I may be in the house. All principal rooms benefit from south-west and south-east facing windows, and being on the corner with Wilton Mews alongside ensures a higher than average level of natural light. Being able to walk to Elizabeth Street, Buckingham Palace Road and the Royal Parks is another attractive feature of living in Wilton Street. Being on three floors, the lift is a convenient feature and having bathrooms on every floor is also a benefit."