Philbeach Gardens is a quiet one way residential street. The apartment is 0.4 miles from West Brompton overground station and 0.1 miles from Earl's Court tube station (Direct lines to Heathrow Airport) .Warwick Road is approximately 250 yards away. From here the M4 is 4.8 miles away also allowing motorists quick access to Heathrow Airport.
About this property
The apartment is entered from the first floor of the building and generously occupies the whole of the second & third floor. The current owners have carried out extensive refurbishment works to create a simply stunning home. No expenses were spared in the design and finish with luxuries such as beautiful oak flooring, in-keeping cast iron radiators, high-end appliances & decorative design from companies including Miele and Fired Earth.
First floor entrance
Upon entering the apartment from the first floor communal hall there is a half-landing which is occupied by the fourth bedroom. This room can also be used as a private study or a spacious utility room. There is also a guest W/C on the half landing which is discreetly positioned within the apartment to allow for maximum privacy.
The second floor is primarily occupied by the living accommodation which has an open plan design allowing for maximum natural light and a wonderful sense of space. The design also creates a cleverly balanced separation between the living area, dining area and bespoke kitchen with fitted Miele appliances. Further benefits include three large windows in the living room, a charming gas fire and fitted storage cupboards in the hall.
The three primary bedrooms and main family bathroom are all located on the third floor, which is also the top floor of the building. The fitted wardrobes are designed to be in keeping with the building and the bathroom benefits from a large bath as well as a separate double shower.
In addition to the already perfectly designed apartment, there is also the added benefit of planning permission to create an additional bedroom and a large roof terrace. This is subject to the necessary permissions. The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea case reference is: PP/19/03088'