Nothing says quintessential London living like a quaint little mews tucked away off a busy high street, and that’s precisely what our Property of the Week offers up…
There’s nothing quaint or little about the spectacular four-floor, three-bedroom mews house at 25 Queen’s Gate Place Mews, however. Having recently undergoing a complete boutique-hotel-style revamp, the charming three-bedroom dwelling with spacious reception room, kitchen/dining room and three bathrooms, is on the market for a cool £4.95 million.
The property sits on Queen’s Gate Place Mews in South Kensington, directly opposite one of London’s finest classic car showrooms, Fiskens, meaning the mews has long been an important figure of the world’s classic car trade.
Until recently, it was also home to the esteemed film director Lord David Puttnam, best known for films such as Chariots of Fire, Bugsy Malone and Midnight Express. Plus, the nearby Queen’s Gate Mews was once home to Madonna and Guy Ritchie, and had featured in a number of hit films and TV shows.
Number 25 Queen’s Gate Place Mews is entered via a secure front door, which leads onto an open corridor and a spacious reception room, which can separated via a sliding partition to create a secure parking garage.
On the ground floor is the kitchen/dining room, complete with Gaggenau appliances, utility room and guest WC. The first floor provides two guest bedroom suites, while the whole of the second floor is occupied by the stylish master bedroom suite, complete with an expansive walk-in-wardrobe.
‘The whole of the second floor is occupied by the stylish master bedroom suite, complete with expansive walk-in-wardrobe’
The interior design features a luxurious mixture of taupe and off-white furnishings, alongside marble bathrooms, dark oak flooring and large windows and skylights flooding each room with natural light.
‘Queen’s Gate Place Mews is a quintessentially London mews, with its cobbled street and a grand archway as the main entrance and exit point,’ says Geoff Wilford, Director at Wilfords, the agency marketing the property.
Take a look around Queen’s Gate Place Mews:
‘Whilst the majority of the buildings all retain their period facades, most have been completely modernised internally with a number also having been extended significantly to create homes of mansion proportions.
‘The home itself at number 25 has been designed to offer a thoughtful blend between classic and contemporary, which is perfect for an array of potential purchasers from single professionals to families and older couples looking for a city pied-à-terre.’
25 Queen’s Gate Place Mews is on the market with Wilfords at £4.95 million
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