Reception Room
176.05 sq m(1,895 sq ft)
Guide price £2,325,000($2,935,050)

St. George's SquareLondon, SW1V 3QN

    Key features

    • Contemporary upper floor triplex apartment within a period building
    • four bedrooms, two bathrooms (one en suite) two reception rooms
    • Modern fitted kitchen/dining
    • Roof terrace with iconic landmark views
    • Share of freehold tenure on a renowned garden square

    A particularly special triplex apartment on a garden square in Pimlico offering versatile accommodation and benefitting from landmark views from the private roof terrace.

    About this property

    • Perfectly positioned on the east side of St. George's Square and set on the top three floors of an impressive stucco fronted property is this beautifully presented apartment. Feeling much like a house, the bright and comfortable interior has been thoughtfully designed to create versatile accommodation that will appeal to buyers seeking a permanent or regular home or a larger pied a terre.

      Entered on the second floor, accommodation briefly comprises four bedrooms, two bathrooms (one en suite), cloakroom, study room, two large reception rooms both overlooking the square and contemporary style fitted open plan kitchen with space to dine.

      One particular notable feature of this property is the private roof terrace which offers far reaching views over London and of St. George's Square itself.

      The ceiling heights through the property are good, providing a significant sense of elegance, volume and light.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Very special apartment with a completely private roof terrace with 360 views!

    Alice Pearson-WrightProperty agent

    Local information

    • This is a popular residential district in Central London, convenient for iconic Westminster landmarks, such as the Houses of Parliament and Tate Britain Gallery.
    • The area is well provided for in terms of transport connections, with Victoria Station offering national mainline services including the Gatwick Express, and underground services from nearby Pimlico Station on the Victoria Line.
    • There are numerous renowned restaurants and boutiques locally in Denbigh Street, Churton Street and Wilton Road, as well as theatres, markets, a Curzon cinema in Victoria Street, and the traditional lifestyle and café culture of Elizabeth Street and Belgravia; all of which are contributing to a thriving and active local scene which is increasingly enjoyed by residents.
    • Coupled with the extensive redevelopment seen around Victoria and Westminster there is no question that Pimlico has been revitalized as a highly attractive and sought after residential destination with Prime Central London.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = E