Paultons Square SW3
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 3
- Reception Rooms: 2
- Tenure: Freehold
- Local Authority: Kensington & Chelsea
- Council Tax Band: H
- Energy Performance: C
Internal Area (approx.): 229 sqm / 2,464 sq ft
The key house in the preferred southern terrace of well known Paultons Square. This is the first time this house has seen the market in 20 years and while the property is well presented in traditional style, an incoming purchaser now has the opportunity to renovate the home to their own tastes. The key houses have a larger feel than is typical for most on the square.
There are magnificent views into the middle of the garden square and uninterrupted views south from the rear of the house, where typically most houses, back onto other buildings. This maximizes natural light during the day.
The property benefits from a full height top floor giving better ceiling heights than most other houses in the square.
This grade II listed property comes with a key to give direct access to the private square garden.
The kitchen is located on the ground floor with a conservatory breakfast room, giving onto steps down into the rear garden. Classic reception room on first floor.
Paultons Square is a Georgian terraced garden square, built between 1836-40, on the site of a former market garden, previously owned by Sir Thomas More and Sir John Dawes. The square is located to the south of the Kings Road and is therefore ideally situated for all the world famous shops, restaurants and amenities the Kings Road has to offer. The River Thames and open spaces of Battersea Park can also be found just to the south of Chelsea Embankment.