About this property
A truly elegant period house, dating to c.1895/1900, which has been impressively renovated to a high standard by the current owners to provide a beautifully proportioned and versatile family home.
Arranged over five floors, the accommodation comprises five bedrooms with four bath/shower rooms (three en suite) and four reception rooms.
The entrance hall is spacious with a substantial staircase ascending through the centre of the house, bringing elegance and volume to all floors and flooding the house with natural light. On the ground floor there is a well-proportioned dining room and a study, both with period fireplaces, plus a guest WC.
Modern wooden steps to the lower ground floor lead to a large contemporary kitchen/breakfast room with bi-folding doors, opening across the width of the room into a private courtyard garden, a family room and a utility room with access to a wine vault.
Moving up to the first floor, there is an impressive triple window drawing room, with decorative period fireplace, providing a lateral aspect of the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the Henry Moore statue on College Green.
Bedroom accommodation is well arranged for a family, with a Master suite across the entire third floor, including a fully-fitted dressing-room. There is significant storage capacity throughout the house.
This house will appeal to buyers seeking a substantial home in this most sought after and historic enclave of Prime Central London.
- Moments away from the Abbey and Westminster School, Little College Street is located in the heart of historic Westminster, with views of the Houses of Parliament from the property.
- The area is steeped in over 1,000 years of royal and government history and widely regarded for its exquisitely preserved examples of 18th and early 19th Century architecture. It is a tranquil and attractive environment, enhanced by its proximity to the open spaces of St James’s Park and Green Park with the River Thames nearby.
- Westminster and Victoria provide excellent local amenities as well as being a destination lifestyle hub due to its cultural venues such as the Tate Britain Gallery. The world-renowned clubs, restaurants, theatres, galleries, and designer shops of Mayfair and St. James are also easily reached.
- Westminster has excellent transport links around London, easy access to the legal and financial centres, and to airports. St James’s Park and Westminster underground stations are close-by, as is the river boat service from Westminster and Tate Britain piers. Victoria Station has both underground connections and mainline rail network services including the Gatwick Express.
- St James’s Park Station approx. 0.4 miles
- Pimlico Station approx.0.8 miles
- Victoria Station approx. 0.9 miles
- Westminster Station approx. 0.3 miles
- EPC Exempt
- Tenure = Freehold