Luxury estate agent, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Kay & Co is proud to offer a seven-bedroom family home to let in Cadogan Place, Belgravia for £20,000 per week. The exquisite residence has been developed by award-winning interior designers Mdesign London to offer an opulent turn-key home in one of prime central London’s most desirable locations.
Providing 8,083 sq. ft. of living space across eight floors, Cadogan Place features seven bedrooms, each with ensuite bathrooms, five reception rooms, a formal dining room, two studies, a cinema room with bar, two WC’s, family kitchen and a separate staff kitchen and lift access to most floors, leaving nothing to be desired.
Mdesign London have undertaken meticulous attention to detail to create a property which will appeal to the ultra-high net worth individual. Externally, the white Stucco-fronted Georgian façade has been beautifully restored. Internally, the residence features stunning interiors, a new four-person lift, custom joinery, handpicked stones and finishes, state of the art technology including Crestron controlled automation system and Lutron lighting, air-conditioning in principal rooms, underfloor heating and concealed radiators.
Original Georgian features have been restored, whilst new period-appropriate features and bespoke Georgian stone fireplaces with gas fires, have been added. A spectacular two-storey feature wall which extends from the ground floor to the lower ground floor.
The family kitchen benefits from French doors which open out onto manicured patio area and features British-made, handcrafted kitchen units in eucalyptus veneer with polished bronze and marble work surfaces and Gaggenau appliances. The formal dining room and entertaining rooms provide vast ceiling heights with hand crafted chandeliers, stained oak timber flooring and marble fireplaces with gas fires.
The basement level features the exceptional cinema room complete with leather and high gloss timber-veneered joinery unit with bronze detailing, state-of-the-art cinema projection screen, an integrated bar in stunning Sahara Noir marble, with bronze fixtures and feature lighting, stepped-level bespoke seating and high-quality fabric-lined wall panelling to optimise acoustics.
Leading upstairs, the master bedroom suite occupies the whole of the first floor and has its own walk in wardrobe, relaxation seating area with hand-crafted furniture, bespoke joinery containing a pop-up television and a feature headboard. The guest suite on the second floor includes a walk-in wardrobe, dressing room and spacious ensuite, whilst the five additional bedrooms all contain carefully selected handcrafted furniture, ensuite bathrooms and fitted wardrobes.
The bathroom suites have all been completed with bespoke features with a range of European marbles and stone finishes, combining stunning textures, colours and patterns. Beautifully detailed marble finishes include Fior di Bosco, Dream White, Namibian White, Volakas, Grey Marquina and Phobos Grey. Mirrored vanity cabinets with innovative storage and integrated lighting, underfloor heating and the very highest quality sanitaryware throughout, including Lalique, THG, Kallista and Fantini Rubinetti, completes these spa-style spaces.
Outside space at Cadogan Place includes a patio area, spacious roof terrace on the first floor, a Juliette balcony to the principal reception room with stunning views of the communal gardens. Residents can also arrange for access to central gardens comprising lawns, paved areas and tennis courts.
Chris Coombes, lettings manager at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Kay & Co said, “Properties available to let and finished to these exacting standards rarely come onto the market. This exceptional home is the ideal choice for high net worth individuals looking for luxury, security and hotel-style living in one of prime London’s most desirable areas.”
Named after the Earl of Cadogan, Cadogan Place is perfectly located just short stroll to Sloane Square, Hyde Park and Knightsbridge. The area is steeped in history, having been the street of choice for famous names such as William Wilberforce the British politician and philanthropist, Harold Macmillan, former prime minister, Sir Herbert Taylor, the private secretary and friend of King William IV and actress, Dorothea Jordan.
Cadogan Place is owned by Cadogan Estates, run by the Cadogan family. Cadogan Street, Lane and Square are all nearby. At 93 acres, the estate is the second-largest freehold portfolio in central London, after the Grosvenor holdings.
It was established in 1717 when the second Baron Cadogan married Elizabeth Sloane, daughter of Sir Hans Sloane, who had purchased the Manor of Chelsea in 1712. At that time, it included fields, 11 houses and a selection of tenements. Today it comprises about 3,000 flats, 200 houses, 300 shops, 500,000 sq ft of office space and 15 acres of gardens.