An outstanding eight bedroom townhouse, ideally positioned at the quiet end of the terrace, with superb garden views from the front rooms and an open aspect to the rear.
There is a quite simply unique library at first floor level to the
rear, making this house larger than most and allowing for an
elevated second floor roof terrace with open views, above.
Whilst immaculately presented, the house is now in need of extensive refurbishment to modern standards.
'Thurloe Square lies like a densely embroidered green mat at the foot of the lofty front of the Victoria and Albert Museum. It is one of hundreds of leafy lesser lungs which contribute to the airiness, convenience and charm of the metropolis. Laid out and developed from 1840 by George Basevi in collaboration with the Alexander family, and named rather tenuously in honour of John Thurloe (d.1668) - little secretary' to Cromwell's protectorate.'' - Todd Longstaffe-Gowan
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On the market for the first time since 1972, this is a once in a generation opportunity to acquire what is quite possibly the best house on Thurloe Square.James Gilbert-Green