$  ¥  €7,421,700 $8,635,250 ¥984,204,000

Eaton Terrace, Belgravia SW1

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Garden
  • Freehold


An impressive 5 storey Grade II Listed period freehold house, with superb entertaining and living spaces and a 41 foot garden.

This well presented and spacious Belgravia town house offers flexible accommodation to suit a variety of lifestyles.

Accommodation comprises; 3 or 4 reception and dining areas, large kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 3 ensuites, shower room,

cloakroom/wc, utility room, vault storage, 41 foot garden and access out on to a flat roof. The gross internal area is approximately 2,567 square feet.

Eaton Terrace is in the district of Belgravia and runs roughly north-west to south-east from West Eaton Place and Eaton Square, to Ebury Street and Ebury Square. It is named after Eaton Hall which is the country house of the Duke of Westminster who developed this district of London. Eaton Terrace is a classic Belgravia townhouse street with a wide range of local amenities available on Elizabeth Street just 0.1 miles away. Sloane Square and the world renowned Kings Road are also close by with their shops, restaurants, bars and cinemas. Sloane Square tube station is 480 metres away and Victoria Train Station is 950 metres, both are easily accessible to the property. The Pimlico Road famed for its antique and interior design shops also has a Farmers Market and it too is close by.

Local Favourites:
The Duke of Wellington Pub.
La Poule Au Pot – Classic French Bistro.
Boisdale of Belgravia.
Daylesford Organic farm shop.
Royal Court Theatre.
The Thomas Cubitt gastropub.

Tenure : Freehold.
Council : City of Westminster.
Council Tax : Band H. £1,946.32.
Asking Price : £6,500,000.

Further Details

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Reference: NOT240044
  • EPC Energy Efficiency Rating Band: D

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The Grosvenor family spotted a lucrative opportunity when Kind George IV decided to make Buckingham Palace his permanent residence in 1825. Richard Grosvenor commissioned architect Thomas Cubitt to build an areas of exclusive residences, and his grand classical designs have survived to be some of the most fashionable in London. Many of the UK’s richest residents have their London homes located here.

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