Savills | The Sloane Building, Hortensia Road, London, SW10 0HF | Properties for sale | New Developments for sale
1,562 to 6,693 sq ft(145.11 to 621.80 sq m)
Asking price £2,700,000 -​ £18,500,000(12,426,178 AED -​ 85,142,328 AED)

The Sloane BuildingHortensia Road, London, SW10 0HF

  • New development

Key features

  • Period building
  • Collection of 18 apartments
  • Tremendous ceiling heights, typically between 3.5m to 7.5m
  • Please note some photos are computer generated images and are indicative only
  • 24/7 concierge and security
  • Secure underground parking
  • Show apartments by Joanna Wood
  • Private gardens
  • Share of Freehold

The essential character of this building has been preserved and enhanced, while the generous scale and proportions of its interiors offers a selection homes rich in natural light.

About this property

  • The essential character of this distinguished building has been preserved and enhanced, while the generous scale and proportions of its interiors offers a selection of 18 bespoke homes rich in both living space and natural light. Overlooking
    the gardens of King's Chelsea, The Sloane Building provides an opportunity to enjoy the best of Chelsea along with the sophisticated comforts of these crafted and highly individual residences.

The Sloane Building offers exceptional volumes and ceiling heights rarely found in new developments.

Central London New HomesProperty agent

Local information

  • Chelsea sits at the creative heartland of London, occupying a key position in the art and fashion worlds, as we as design and architecture.
  • Weave in amongst Chelsea's shops and galleries are a myriad or bars, restaurants and cafes. The royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea offers one of the most tempting celebrations.
  • The Thames itself remains one of Chelsea's chief delights with prime views of Cremorne gardens on the north bank and Battersea park on the south.

Additional information

  • The Sloane Building was built in 1908 in an engaging Edwardian style, with a wealth of large feature windows set into the brick façade to illuminate the interiors within. Originally known as the Sloane School, it was one of the most accomplished buildings designed by architect Thomas J. Bailey and the very first purpose-built secondary school commissioned by London County Council. The distinctive personality of the Grade II listed school, with its soaring classrooms and dramatic internal spaces, makes it perfect for revival and conversion into private residences.