A masterpiece of mansion apartment living, Knightsbridge Gate is a Grade II listed building with a retained, Edwardian façade, comprising 15 meticulously designed residences.
Built in 1902, Knightsbridge Gate is a Grade II listed building originally designed by architect W.D. Caröe for the Church Commissioners. The building retains the original façade in the Edwardian style, which has been painstakingly restored to preserve the heritage and glamour associated with Knightsbridge.
Where the North elevation has been restored, the South façade is entirely new, featuring stepped pergolas and terraces. The development has been designed so that the apartment's principle rooms overlook the remarkable landscape of Belgravia. The quality of finish and attention to detail enhances the scale and grandeur of the building. MSMR architects have been responsible for transforming the internal spaces, drawing on the Edwardian heritage of the building with contemporary elements. A rich palette of materials, colours and texture, combined with intricate detailing and bespoke joinery, have created elegant interiors of the highest calibre.
The building is located at the gateway to Knightsbridge, moments from Hyde Park's Southern border, Harrods and Harvey Nichols. Many of the apartments benefit from South-facing aspects towards Belgravia and the corner homes have views into Hyde Park.
Light and bright, the living spaces are inspired by the building's historical beauty, the rich environs of Knightsbridge and contemporary fashion, with meticulous modern detailing and an exemplary choice of materials throughout.
Knightsbridge Gate offers the best of old and new with a Grade II façade retention but everything else designed to an exceptional level for today's modern living making this Knightsbridge's latest most coveted new addressIan PidgeonProperty agent