Grade I listed splendour with 110ft long garden
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart stayed at 180 Ebury Street in
the summer of 1765, formerly known as Fivefields Row' and
renamed as Mozart Terrace following the composer's stay in the street.
180 Mozart Terrace is a wonderful house in the heart of Belgravia. This Grade I Listed house was built in c.1730. Set back from the road by a paved garden at the front, it is a wide, south facing period house benefitting from many original features and unusual proportions.
The property is arranged over four storeys and has an unusually large garden to the rear with a separate private office building, guest flat and staff accommodation situated at the northern end. Within the main house, the lower ground floor provides dining room, kitchen and cloakroom. The upper ground provides the entrance hall, drawing room, large reception space, a family room leading out to the garden. The first floor comprises the master bedroom, dressing room and en suite bathroom and on the second floor there are 2 bedroom suites (one with en suite shower room and the other with en suite bathroom).
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One of the greatest gardens I have ever seen in Belgravia.Tom Lamb