A hidden gem. A cosy and characterful 2 bedroom flat that opens onto a remarkably spacious garden.
The Garden Flat occupies the lower ground floor of a handsome Victorian townhouse, the end of a terrace of four, once the home of Elizabeth Wellesley, Duchess of Wellington. Set back from Mount Ephraim on a small private crescent, this imposing residence had the benefit of a wonderful rear garden, the large part of which is now privately owned and enjoyed by this cosy and spacious apartment.
The current owners have extended and renovated the property, adding a striking kitchen/breakfast room connecting the apartment to the garden with a wall of glass that opens completely on to a paved patio and on to the expansive and level lawn.
A wide entrance hall, previously used as a dining area, now provides valuable and extensive storage with tall built in cupboards. The spacious and well-proportioned sitting room opens into the new kitchen/breakfast room, and the two bedrooms, one a double with attached nursery or dressing area, are well separated from the living accommodation.
This charming property offers space, style and the wonderful garden, a very desirable and unusual feature for properties in this sector.
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