Sloane Square apartment with a secret: £6m luxury flat overlooking one of London’s most desirable areas has high ceilings, balconies, gorgeous Art Deco styling and HIDDEN rooms
- The three-bedroom property overlooks London’s historic Sloane Square in the Belgravia and Chelsea area
- Built in 1904 and restored in Art Deco style, it sits near the Royal Court theatre and is up for sale for £5.995m
- It features high ceilings, two balconies, marble, panelled and fabric doors behind which are ‘hidden’ rooms
A luxury apartment with secret rooms that sits in one of the most desirable areas in London has gone on sale for £5.995m.
The three-bedroom property overlooks historic Sloane Square in the Belgravia and Chelsea area and features high ceilings, two balconies, and hidden rooms which sit behind marble, panelled and fabric doors.
The apartment on sale, which is on the same block as the Royal Court theatre, was built in 1904 and has been restored in the Art Deco style of that era.
A luxury apartment with secret rooms that sits in one of the most desirable areas in London has gone on sale for £5.995m. Pictured: A panel or door reveals the hallway of the apartment where you can also see the Art Deco style
Amir Salahi, sales negotiator for estate agents Russell Simpson, who put the property on Rightmove, said it belonged to a luxury development company and had recently been let to a wealthy individual.
He said: ‘It would be the perfect London pied a terre for a couple, or a family with older children. The taste is excellent and the finish is to an extremely high standard.
‘I can see it being an excellent base for people who want to be close to the best shops and restaurants, as you’re only a few minutes’ walk from Knightsbridge and Mayfair, as well as the Underground.’
Amir Salahi, sales negotiator for estate agents Russell Simpson, said it belonged to a luxury development company and had recently been let to a wealthy individual. Pictured: One of the three bedrooms in which you can see a painting, bedside tables with matching lamps
In the left picture you can how the marble top extends out from the sink and there can also be seen the stove. The toilet uses monochromatic style on the floor and in the decoration of the toilet, which can be seen on the right
The glamorous apartment also features big windows that draw in the light and soft furnishing that blend well with the glass and marble features including the fireplace. A decorative light also hangs from the ceiling over the wooden floors
Another bedroom leads out on to a small terrace while soft carpet is seen in grey on the floor and there is also heavy curtain that blocks the light that illuminates the bedroom
When visitors arrive in the entrance hall, they can see how the internal walls are covered in mirrors bordered by moulded cornices and feature skirting.
In the hallway you can also see how hidden behind the glass panelling is a secret guest powder-room.
The drawing room has a marble fireplace and another hidden feature of a state-of-the-art sound and entertainment system behind panelling designed to look like wood.
While the adjoining dining room is lined with hand-painted emerald green Chinese silk wallpaper which took 18 weeks to create.
This also lines doors that appear to give access to a drinks cabinet, but actually open into the hidden kitchen.
The kitchen has integrated Gaggenau appliances and a concealed marble slab can be removed from the worktop to reveal the sink, which is complete with novel, fold-away taps.
The theme continues in the bedrooms, including the master suite, which spans one side of the apartment and has its own private glass panelled entrance foyer.
The toilet features double sinks with marble extending throughout the room. A bidet can also be seen in the corner of the room next to the toilet while a shower is visible in the corner
This walk in shower also has a marble style throughout it as well while the lights dotted around the wash room look like lanterns
Visitors arrive in an entrance hall where the internal walls are covered in mirrors bordered by moulded cornices and feature skirting. Hidden behind the glass panelling is a secret guest powder-room
Sloane Square is home to some of the UK’s top stores, including royal favourite, Peter Green, where Princess Diana and later, Kate Middleton, have been spotted shopping
The Gaggenau theme continues in the bedrooms, including the master suite, which spans one side of the apartment and has its own private glass panelled entrance foyer
The bedroom also has a walk-in dressing room which, at the press of a button, has automatic silk screens that lower to conceal the wardrobes and shelving. It also has an en-suite bathroom and a balcony.
Two guest bedrooms can be found behind a secret door in the drawing room, which is part of the wall panelling.
It also has Lutron lighting, Crestron control through iPad for Audio Visual system, Climate control Air Conditioning and triple sealed, ultra-silent windows, the quality of finish is unrivalled.
Sloane Square leapt to prominence during the 1980s as the spiritual home of the so-called Sloane Ranger.
Now it’s home to some of the UK’s top stores, including royal favourite, Peter Green, where Princess Diana and later, Kate Middleton, have been spotted shopping.
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