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House
From £1815 p/w
  • 3
  • 2
  • 2
  • South Kensington 4 MINUTES WALK

A real gem in South Kensington

Thurloe Close, South Kensington, SW7
  • 1st floor flat
  • 2nd floor flat
  • Ground Floor flat
  • 1 x Double
  • 1 x Kingsize
  • Bath/hand shower
  • En-suite bathroom
  • Shower stall
  • Dryer
  • Telephone
  • Washing Machine
  • Cooker & Hob
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Satellite TV
  • Television
  • WiFi

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This could be one of London's best kept secrets. An exquisite private gated enclave of beautiful homes set in a leafy courtyard tucked away off Thurloe Square. 

A real gem, located in up-market South Kensington close to Brompton Cross and Knightsbridge, a delightful house with outstanding charm. A sense of space and the classic English furnishings lend a unique luxury. The house is set over three floors, on the ground floor is a lovely modern fully equipped kitchen and a large relaxing dining/study room.

Feel at home, embrace the lifestyle and atmosphere. The Master Bedroom suite is on the second floor with a huge bathroom, a comfortable king size bed with peace and quiet guaranteed as Thurloe Close is pedestrianised.

 On the first floor there is an elegant traditional drawing room with comfortable upholstered sofa and armchairs. Evident around the house is the meticulous attention to coordination, lamps, paintings, glassware and furnishings.

The second bedroom with en-suite shower is also on this floor. Choices in this area are abundant, shopping in Knightsbridge or Brompton Cross are easily accessible on foot. The area around South Kensington tube is full of international eateries with al fresco pavement dining.

The V&A Museum, the Natural History Museum are within 5 minutes walk. Like being in the centre of Aladdin's cave, the challenging task will be choosing where to explore first.