Savills | Paultons Square, London, SW3 5AP | Property for sale
2,808 sq ft(260.87 sq m)
Guide price £5,350,000(€6,324,647)

Paultons SquareLondon, SW3 5AP

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in July 2022
  • Over-looking one of Chelsea's prettiest garden squares
  • Good accommodation throughout
  • Attractive west-facing garden
  • Potential to extend on the ground and lower ground floors

Paultons Square is a wonderful five storey townhouse well located off the reputable Kings Road in Chelsea offering exceptional accommodation perfect for family living.

About this property

  • A magnificent five-bedroom grade II listed "key" house situated on the western terrace of this ever-popular late Georgian early Victorian Chelsea garden square.

    Characterised by elegant proportions, green and leafy
    views both to the front and rear and enjoying an
    abundance of light, this family home offers a balanced
    array of well-appointed entertaining and living spaces
    alongside a generous principal bedroom suite and four
    further bedrooms serviced by two shower rooms. storage.

    Complete with a piano nobile first-floor drawing
    room, a ground floor sitting room and dining room,
    and a kitchen that opens out on to the 51-foot westfacing
    garden, this home also enjoys access to the
    child-friendly communal gardens over which its looks.

    The property has an active planning application
    (PP/22/01986) which looks to reconfigure the lower ground, ground and first floors, to include an extension of the closet wing at first floor level and a rear-side extension in to the existing lightwell at lower and upper ground floor.
    An approved application will provide the opportunity to create valuable extra internal space, totalling approximately 420 square feet.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A charming house with extensive west facing garden and views onto this delightful Chelsea square

William Duckworth-ChadProperty agent

Local information

  • Paultons Square is a Georgian terraced garden square, built between 1836-40, on the site of a former market garden, previously owned by Sir Thomas More and Sir John Dawes. The square is located to the south of the Kings Road and is therefore ideally situated for all the world famous shops,
  • restaurants and amenities the Kings Road has to offer. The River Thames and open spaces of Battersea Park can also be found just to the south of Chelsea Embankment.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D
  • Tenure = Freehold