Director, Residential AgencyLondon Sloane Street Estate Agents
This is an exceptionally bright fourth floor flat (with lift) with an optimal configuration. An impressive entrance hall naturally divides the superb, lateral living space from the bedrooms, giving privacy and an living arrangement ideal for formal entertaining as well as day to day living.
The Kitchen/breakfast room has double doors into the double reception room all with fabulous, far reaching views over the communal gardens of Burton Court.
The principal bedroom has an en suite shower room an dressing room with underfloor heating and a view over gardens below. Bedroom 3 is also a double bedroom and is opposite a family bathroom. Both bedrooms enjoy wonderful morning sun.
Bedroom 2 is well separated from the principal bedroom and has an en suite shower room that cleverly is also accessed from the hall, therefore acting as a guest cloakroom.
There is a walk-in cupboard with stacked washer and dryer, also containing a combi boiler. Opposite, another cupboard houses a water tank and water softener and houses sundrys. There is an airing cupboard outside the family bathroom.
There are a number of porters that look after the building who are stationed in the central building, where this apartment is located. There is also a resident porter.
The communal gardens of Burton Court are owned by the Royal Hospital and access may be sought by application directly to the Hospital.
The gardens include three tennis courts that can be booked, as well as a cricket pitch, regularly used during the summer months. It also has a separate dog area and is one of only very few communal gardens that allow a dog to run freely off the lead.
The 250 acres of Battersea Park are also only a short walk across Chelsea Bridge.
Burton Court is considered one of the most sought-after portered mansion buildings in Chelsea, SW3.
Close to Sloane Square and all the surrounding shops, restaurants and amenities including Pavilion Road, the location is superb. It is only a short walk to the artisan parade of shops on the Pimlico Road with Elizabeth Street slightly beyond. The iconic Kings Road is similarly close by as is Knightsbridge, further up Sloane Street.
The apartment as a splendid view over the Royal Hospital, built by Sir Christopher Wren in 1681 to house retired soldiers, this is surely one of Londons most beautiful buildings.Read all