|Added on Rightmove:||24 August 2016 (149 days ago)|
- Shops and amenities nearby
- Fitted Kitchen
- En suite
- Double glazing
- Close to public transport
- Roof Terrace
- Communal Garden
- Open Plan Kitchen/Living room
Full descriptionResidential Realtors are excited to offer to the market this well proportioned spacious stucco-fronted apartment which comprises a bright and airy lounge with dining space bathed in natural light from the south west facing windows. The apartment retains many period features including a delightful real gas featured fireplace, a stylish and equipped integrated designer kitchen, three generously proportioned bedrooms which all offer an impressive array of storage options, a large study room with option to use as a guest room and a wonderful tiled family bathroom with a japanese jacuzzi bath system and an inbuilt aqua panel television.
The third floor allows access to a huge private roof terrace ideal for entertaining guests whilst enjoying breathtaking views across London. The apartment comes completed with the latest modern Crestron home entertainment system which allows various remote control access throughout the property including audio, video, lighting, curtains, and thermostats directly from an iPad (included), iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac or the inbuilt wall docks found in each room.
The building recently underwent major refurbishments both exterior and interiors with the highest of standards. Located just a stones throw away from Pimlico station (Victoria line) and a short walk to Victoria national rail, this modern apartment is ideally situated closely to Lupus street, providing a selection cafes and local conveniences. Warwick way which is also nearby offers more extensive upmarket shops, bars and restaurants whilst Sloane square and Victoria are both within close proximity. For the culture and art lovers, this property is minutes away from iconic locations such as the Tate Britain museum and the Apollo Victoria theatre.
St. Georges Square development was started in 1835 by the landowner, the Marquess of Westminster, and the building was supervised by Thomas Cubitt who also designed the gardens. St George's Square was originally laid out in 1839 as two parallel streets running north-south but by 1843 had been developed into a formal square, London's only residential square open to the River Thames. The first residents moved in in 1854. Until 1874 the square had its own pier for steamers.
St George's Square was in the parish of George Hanover Square and was named after the patron saint of England. In the gardens, now known as Pimlico Gardens, stands a stone statue by John Gibson of William Huskisson MP — the first person ever to be run over and killed by a railway engine — wearing a Roman senatorial toga. The statue, originally designed for the Royal Exchange, was placed in the gardens in 1915. The statue was described by Sir Osbert Sitwell as
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