The most coveted address
An immaculately restructured and re-built Grade II listed duplex apartment occupying the Raised Ground and Garden level in a beautifully tranquil position in the centre of the Southern terrace of this most coveted address in Belgravia and interior designed with an uncompromisingly tasteful aesthetic.
At over 2,200 sq ft (200 sq m), with ceiling heights of just under 4m on the upper floor the property offers substantial lateral living in a period setting with the very special benefit of its own private porticoed entrance and private landscaped garden delivering the feeling of a house.
Offering very well balanced accommodation and unusually wide reception spaces with separate living and dining areas, lavish Principal bedroom suite, 2 further bedroom suites and south facing terrace the apartment provides outstanding light and volume and has been appointed with every comfort for luxurious living.
Eaton Square is serviced by the unique liveried House Officers who provide a constant and reassuring presence to assist residents with their daily needs. The square has the benefit of 24 hour security provided by the Grosvenor Estate and the apartment has access to over 6 acres of beautifully kept communal gardens and the added advantage of a tennis court.
Eaton Square was built by the Grosvenor Family and laid out by the master builder Thomas Cubitt in 1827. It is the grandest square in London made up of six adjoining central gardens planted with the London Plane tree and exotic flora.
The houses of Eaton Square are Grade II listed and maintained by the Grosvenor Estate to an exemplary standard considered as the bellweather for estate management and preservation. The square has hardly changed its appearance in 200 years. As a result it remains at the very top of the most prestigious addresses in London and has a worldwide following. The Square has been home to some of the most distinguished names from Politics, the arts, business and industry and counts a number of former Prime Ministers and celebrities amongst its residents.
The houses were typically occupied as single family dwellings until the post second World war era which saw a new fashion for the conversion of these grand houses to apartments. There are very few that retain their own porticoed front door of which 34 is one and which provides a very rare and desirable benefit.