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6 of the most spectacular properties on the market in London

30 Oct 2019 | Updated on: 27 Sep 2022 |By Luxury London

Our property round up returns with a selection of primarily West London properties, highlighting why the Royal Borough still remains one of the capital's most enviable living locations

The Garden Square Apartment, Chelsea

Hans Place represents one of the most sought-after addresses in Chelsea. Its proximity to Harrods, convenient location, large garden square and famous postcode have made it a catch for the well-heeled since its inception. Jane Austen was a resident, and Prince Charles would attend the square’s Hill House School – the first time an heir to the British throne had been to a civilian school. This beautifully presented spacious apartment is split across two floors and comprises a large master bedroom with a private dressing room and en suite bathroom, a further four double bedrooms and ample entertaining space with two reception rooms that look over the wonderful communal gardens.

£2,350 p/w, Chelsea, SW1X,

The Converted Ballet Studio, Kensington

This impressive Grade II listed freehold property has a fascinating history as it was Marie Rambert’s Ballet studio in the 1920s. The illustrious space, with lofty double-height ceilings, has been converted into a vast entertaining space including an open plan kitchen beneath a library mezzanine and impressive dining area. There are three double bedrooms, each with their own en suite bathrooms and a charming Georgian study. Situated on one of London’s prettiest streets, where the houses are distinctly set back from the road, the property is within walking distance of West London’s most charming attractions: Holland Park, Notting Hill and the Design Museum.

£4,250,000, Bedford Gardens, Kensington, W8,

The Penthouse Observatory, Fulham

A penthouse in Fulham with a huge terrace, spectacular views across London and access via a private lift – tempted? The Penthouse Observatory spans the entire top floor of the Brandon House, which used to be an old paint factory. The bright 55 sq ft open-plan living room and kitchen are flooded with natural light from the floor to ceiling windows and doors onto balconies. This expansive flat has three double bedrooms with the master room enjoying a luxury en suite bathroom with under-floor heating and Turkish steam room. A spiral staircase from the living room leads into a stunning triple-glazed, rooftop conservatory surrounded by a Japanese-landscaped double roof terrace garden with 360° views over London. In addition, the flat has the only secure, private, double garage.

£2,500 p/w, Wyford Road, Fulham, SW6,

The BBC Penthouse, Shepherds Bush

Situated in the iconic former home of the BBC, the Grade II listed Helios building has been converted into apartments and a new Crescent building designed by award-winning architects AHMM built to compliment it. This 4 bedroom penthouse apartment is the crème de la crème of the complex, featuring incredible views, meticulously designed interiors and of course access to a 24-hour concierge. Even better, when you don’t want friends to ruin your apartment you can always book them a room in White City house, which is practically down the hallway.

£8,200,000, 101 Wood Lane, London, W12 7FA,

South Ken Splendour, Kensington

Located in the heart of South Kensington, South Terrace sits tucked away along a quiet road running east of Thurloe Square. With stunning period features throughout, the property benefits from five bedrooms and three living rooms, perfect for schmoozing and parties that run into the early hours. Set over six floors, the Georgian townhouse is light and spacious, with well-placed skylights and floor-to-ceiling windows. Marveling at a property like this, you’d be forgiven for coming downstairs fully attired in morning dress.

£6,750,000, South Terrace Knightsbridge, SW7,

Pimlico’s Finest, Pimlico

An outstanding four-bedroom Victorian freehold house. This beautiful home has recently been comprehensively refurbished and creates a lasting first impression. There are three exceptionally stylish bathrooms, a high quality, open plan kitchen that is elegantly presented and a private rear garden. Cambridge Street is a quiet residential street located in the highly desirable “Pimlico Grid” and moments from the River Thames, Millbank and a short distance to Westminster, Parliament Square and Whitehall. Closer by is the ever-developing Victoria area with Sloane Square and Chelsea’s world-famous King’s Road within easy reach.

£2,750,000, Pimlico, SW1V,