Terraced house in the heart of WestminsterTuesday, 12 June 2012 10:06
Where: Vincent Square, Westminster, London
What: Refurbished terraced house
Price: £3.9 million
This week’s luxury property is a refurbished terraced house situated between the Thames and the Queen’s own residence, Buckingham Palace.
Located in Westminster this property has the benefits of city living.
But unusually it also has a prime spot on the edge of Vincent Square, a green oasis in the city.
The property has access via a short walk to three tube station and the overground rail.
If this is not choice enough the Thames is just a stroll down the road and with it the prime views of the capital most often plastered on post cards.
Usually a Westminster post code comes with a lack of space but this is not the case with this terraced home.
It stretches across four floors, with most rooms overlooking the lovely green park.
The entrance hall is the first indication of the light and airy design of the interior of the home.
It has light wooden floors, cream coloured walls and a strong dark timber framing doors and walkways.
While not open-plan the house has been opened up well to create a free flow between rooms and living spaces.
The ground floor contains a beautiful entrance hall which interestingly flows directly into the dining room and then kitchen.
This really shows that the home is made for collective living and entertaining.
The entrance hall and sitting room has strong chocolate coloured arm chairs, a huge built-in bookshelf and feature ceiling with a statement light.
Some of the period features have been kept in the home but overall the design is contemporary and stylish.
Downstairs is a study, family room and bedroom.
There are a further three bedrooms on the first and second floor.
The home has two points of access to roof terraces and there is also a small shared courtyard at the front of the property.
The property is on the market with Aylesford estate agency, for more details visit the website.