374.68 sq m
Guide price £4,250,000(€4,773,876)

Tredegar SquareBow, London, E3 5AG

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in July 2018
  • Bespoke kitchen
  • Guest W.C.
  • 118ft landscaped rear garden
  • Grade II* Listed
  • Freehold

Savills are pleased to offer to the market this exceptional, 5 bedroom Grade II* listed Georgian terraced house on Tredegar Square.

About this property

  • Built circa 1840, the property offers in excess of 4000sqft of accommodation over five floors and a 120ft landscaped rear garden. Refurbished and extended by it's current owners, finishing touches such as venetian polished plaster walls and Dinesan double width floorboards have been combined with period features and Georgian architecture to create a striking and unique interior.

    You enter the property on the raised ground floor into a grand hallway with a high ceiling, double width floorboards and a large sash window over-looking the rear garden. A sweeping staircase takes centre stage and there is a guest W.C. to the front. To the left of the hallway double doors lead into a through reception room, which also boasts a high ceiling with coving and double width feature floorboards. Sash windows framed with shutters and original panelling provide views of Tredegar Square Gardens to the front and of the beautifully landscaped garden to the rear. There is an open fireplace with a black marble surround and the room also benefits from a fitted bookshelf.

    The lower ground floor was extended and re-configured with the help of award-winning, spatial design agency 5th Studio. A bespoke, Strato Cucine kitchen sits below a glass panelled ceiling and overlooks the rear garden and reflective pool. The second half of the kitchen is accessed via two open doorways to the rear and offers fitted cupboards and a stainless steel and walnut free standing preparation island by Balthaup. Adjacent to the kitchen is a dining area which boasts a double height glass ceiling and full width, double glazed sliding doors to the rear garden. The garden was designed by Stuart Craine and features a mirrored water fountain and Japanese style steps. A large limestone island surrounded by water with built in barbecue to the rear.

    The lower ground floor also boasts a utility room, a guest W.C. and shower room and the first of five double bedrooms, which offers a fitted wardrobe, curved crittal double glazed windows and door leading to front terrace patio. This room would also be ideal for use as a home office or children's play room.

    Upstairs, the first floor landing has been turned into a dressing room area. There are bespoke wardrobes along one wall and an almost floor to ceiling, arched sash window that provides views of Tredegar Square Gardens to the front. A full height, opaque glass door sits under an original archway and leads to a W.C. and wet room. Double doors lead into the master bedroom, which boasts a high ceiling with a centre rose and a black marble fireplace mantle. There are sash windows with shutters to front and rear and original painted murals on the walls which date back to when the house was originally built.

    On the second floor there are two further double bedrooms, one overlooking Tredegar Square and the other overlooking the rear garden, and a family bathroom. All of the rooms boast sash windows and wooden flooring. An oval skylight ensures the staircase and hallway are flooded with natural light. Upstairs on the third and final floor, there is a further double bedroom with an angled ceiling and a separate WC. This bedroom provides access out to a balcony which offers far reaching views across London.

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A rare Grade II* listed Georgian house, finished to an exceptional standard

Elliot FensomProperty agent

Local information

  • Tredegar Square is a well-preserved Georgian square with gardens in the centre. Situated in the Mile End district of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and located within the Tredegar Square Conservation Area, the property is just a few minutes walk from Mile End Tube Station which is on the Central, District and Hammersmith and City Lines and also a short walk from Bow Road DLR station.
  • Victoria Park and the Regent's Canal are within easy reach, as are Brick Lane, Columbia Road, Shoreditch, Canary Wharf and Stratford.

Additional information

  • EPC Exempt