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October 22, 2022updated 24 Oct 2022 10:38am

A Belgravia mews house with ultra-modern interior and roof terrace

By Rory Sachs

An extravagant Belgravia mews house for sale for £17.5 million is minutes away from the charms of Knightsbridge

Most HNWs have to make the agonising choice between amenity-stuffed modern living and timeless tradition when choosing their dream super-prime homes.

But for a lucky few, carefully restored period properties appear with modern interiors that complement, rather than crimp, the home’s rich history.

One such home has become available in Belgravia’s charming Grosvenor Crescent in SW1.

The delightful mews house has four floors, with an elegant top-floor viewing platform and glassy monochromatic interiors.

Kitted out with elegant cream fixtures, the property features a stylish industrial-inspired lift that’s functional for family life.

belgravia mews house living area

A welcoming entrance hall joyfully accented with haute interior design features immediately welcomes visitors.

The leads to a minimalistic stairwell designed with ultra-modern glass panes, from which all four floors are visible.

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In this expansive space, an elegant pendant ceiling light reaches down to the lower ground floor of the building.

belgravia mews house roof terrace

Rendered out of glass and steel, the speedy elevator allows for easy access to any part of the property – and has a vaguely Charlie & The Great Glass Elevator feel that will please any young HNWs or Roald Dahl fans.

Past the grand entrance and modish ground floor kitchen, a spacious reception room and three bedrooms are spread across the first and second floors.

Perfect for entertaining large parties, the first floor reception area is the focal point of the property, with a Juliette balcony bringing in ample natural light.

belgravia mews house roof terrace

On the top floor is a master suite with its own marbled bathroom and walk-in wardrobe. Discreet storage space is obscured by mahogany doors, adorned with an intricate lace motif.

At the top of the property, HNWs will find the house’s pride and joy; a spacious roof terrace complete with layered planting and a view that stretches out across the iconic neighbourhood. An oasis in the sky.

A cinema room and wine store on the lower ground floor are the perfect combination for HNWs with a few spare hours to unwind.

belgravia mews house interior

Available from Strutt & Parker for £17.5 million, the super-prime home is an interior design paradise with a range of outstanding features, nestled on Belgravia’s charming Grosvenor Crescent next to the Luxembourg embassy.

Contact Strutt & Parker for more information. Spear’s features a different prime property each week

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