London’s final luxurious retreat, a mega-mansion on Tregunter Street within the coronary heart of The Boltons Conservation Space, in Chelsea, West London, lies behind a restored Victorian façade, with 10,551 sq ft of remodelled residing house incorporating eight bedrooms, a separate backyard home and a below-ground leisure suite with swimming pool, cinema and entertaining areas: on the market with Beauchamp Estates.
This unique neighbourhood, probably the most engaging conservation areas within the capital, which stretches from the Previous Brompton Street to Fulham Street, is not any stranger to lavish refurbishments and basement spas, however the Tregunter Street mega-mansion’s makeover – a masterclass in low-rise, deceptively spacious design – is breathtaking in its scope and imaginative and prescient.
With current planning restrictions by the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea now in place, limiting large subterranean excavations, the multi-million-pound cutting-edge structure and design scheme – which has created a complete of seven and a half storeys (5 above floor), 11 loos, artwork gallery-style residing areas and a basement advanced – could be unimaginable to copy. The haute-luxe spa-worthy house additionally includes a sauna, therapy rooms and wine room.
Tregunter Street’s mix of restored interval grandeur and ultra-contemporary, minimalist interiors has catch-all aesthetic attraction. Designed within the mid-Nineteenth century within the Italianate type that was flourishing on the time, the semi-detached villa has a façade of London inventory brick and white stucco, studded with a number of rows of sash home windows, all returned to their authentic Victorian magnificence – though the home is now securely gated, with loads of house for off-street parking.
Inside, the lodging takes in a collection of bespoke, light-filled areas, largely linked by carry and staircase entry, and incorporating uncommon, handcrafted supplies equivalent to white onyx staircases and sustainable woods.
Entered on the higher floor degree, you progress by way of a palatial corridor, past which is an open-plan reception room, in flip main on to a different large lounge with skylight. With gallery-bright partitions and ultramodern black lighting tracks framing the ceiling, they’re the proper entertaining areas during which to showcase a contemporary artwork assortment.
The whole thing of the primary ground is taken up by the ethereal principal bed room suite, in a up to date type, with two giant dressing rooms with bespoke picket cabinets and equipment drawers, two loos, and entry to a personal terrace that overlooks the leafy road beneath. Up on the second ground, there are one other three bedrooms and three loos and at last, on the high of the home, one other ensuite bed room.
Head to the cleverly redesigned decrease ranges of the house, and the residing areas are much more jaw-dropping. On the decrease floor degree (the place there’s nonetheless glorious ceiling top), a streamlined pale-wood and stone chef’s kitchen has an unlimited kitchen island with breakfast bar, Subzero-Wolf home equipment and black lighting tracks framing the ceiling. From the eating room past, you’ll be able to enter the south-facing landscaped backyard by way of black-framed Crittall-style doorways.
From the gardens you’ll be able to admire the placing rear elevation of the home, with its restored and newly constructed options, and stroll throughout the garden to the zen-inspired four-storey self-contained backyard home (which may be accessed immediately from the principle home by way of the subterranean advanced that runs beneath the backyard), and which is devoted to the pursuit of enjoyment. Inside you’ll find three bedrooms, a lounge space and loos.
On the higher basement degree is a 37ft lengthy monochrome-trimmed swimming pool, train studio/gymnasium and sauna, and, on the decrease basement degree, bespoke therapy rooms and a personal cinema.
The unique Boltons space, largely constructed within the mid-19th-century by architect and journalist George Godwin and regarded as named for a William Bolton, who owned the land within the late 18th-century, is inside a 20-minute stroll of most of Chelsea’s most well-known landmarks and cultural establishments.
The design emporiums of Chelsea Harbour, the Victoria & Albert and Nationwide Historical past museums, the Chelsea Arts Membership and the Saatchi Gallery are all a straightforward stroll away. The largely residential space, identified for its lavish, personal homes, has been dwelling to many well-known residents, together with Madonna, Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Jeffrey Archer and W.S. Gilbert.
Gary Hersham, Founding Director of Beauchamp Estates says: “Stunning properties like this one in The Boltons are uncommon finds: they’re so sought-after and are stored inside households for so long as potential. This magnificent home on Tregunter Street takes the which means of unique to a complete new degree. Behind the elegant interval façade is the final word Chelsea retreat: a Victorian property cleverly remodelled and prolonged to offer ethereal, modern residing areas, a unprecedented backyard home and a basement with an opulent spa and leisure suite. It’s a true one-off.”
Stuart Bennett, Head of Gross sales at Beauchamp Estates (Mayfair) says: “This wonderful property on Tregunter Street is an unbelievable semi-detached household dwelling in The Boltons Conservation space, within the coronary heart of Chelsea, certainly one of London’s most fascinating addresses. The home has been designed and completed to the very best of requirements, with large quantities of house, gentle and privateness, with a extremely modern but homely really feel. With its off road parking, lovely south-facing landscaped backyard, low-rise summer time home, passenger carry and cinema room, pool and gymnasium, that is the proper dwelling for a household on the lookout for substantial lodging for personal rest and entertaining family and friends.”
Tregunter Street is extraordinarily effectively related, only a brief stroll away from a number of Underground stations together with Earl’s Courtroom 0.6m (District, Piccadilly), West Brompton 0.7m (from the place London Overground trains additionally run), South Kensington 0.7m (Circle and District, Piccadilly), and Gloucester Street 0.7m (Circle and District, Piccadilly).
The home on Tregunter Street is on the market for £32,500,000. For additional info or to rearrange a viewing, please contact Beauchamp Estates on Tel: 020 7499 7722, or go to www.beauchamp.com