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Belgravia in Bloom

Grand Belgravia apartment – complete with a garden that wouldn’t look out of place at the Chelsea Flower Show – for sale

 

As thousands of garden lovers visit the Chelsea Flower Show this week, an individual with £8.95 million ($11.63 million, €10.39 million or درهم42.71 million) to spare could acquire a more permanent horticultural delight in the form of a ground and basement maisonette in nearby Belgravia.

 

Flat 1 at 57 Eaton Place provides not only 3,497 square foot – with 3 reception rooms, 3 bedroom suites and staff accommodation – but also a courtyard and terrace garden that selling agent Louise Hewlett describes as giving a “country outlook in an urban Belgravia traditional white stucco building”.

 

The flat is held on a lease of 108 years and a service charge of £11,689 ($15,187, €13,577 or درهم55,771) is payable annually.

 

Belgravia in Bloom – Flat 1, 57 Eaton Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8BN, United Kingdom – For sale for £8.95 million ($11.63 million, €10.39 million or درهم42.71 million) through Louise Hewlett – Chelsea Flower Show Belgravia in Bloom – Flat 1, 57 Eaton Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8BN, United Kingdom – For sale for £8.95 million ($11.63 million, €10.39 million or درهم42.71 million) through Louise Hewlett – Chelsea Flower ShowBelgravia in Bloom – Flat 1, 57 Eaton Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8BN, United Kingdom – For sale for £8.95 million ($11.63 million, €10.39 million or درهم42.71 million) through Louise Hewlett – Chelsea Flower Show Belgravia in Bloom – Flat 1, 57 Eaton Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8BN, United Kingdom – For sale for £8.95 million ($11.63 million, €10.39 million or درهم42.71 million) through Louise Hewlett – Chelsea Flower ShowBelgravia in Bloom – Flat 1, 57 Eaton Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8BN, United Kingdom – For sale for £8.95 million ($11.63 million, €10.39 million or درهم42.71 million) through Louise Hewlett – Chelsea Flower ShowBelgravia in Bloom – Flat 1, 57 Eaton Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8BN, United Kingdom – For sale for £8.95 million ($11.63 million, €10.39 million or درهم42.71 million) through Louise Hewlett – Chelsea Flower Show Belgravia in Bloom – Flat 1, 57 Eaton Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8BN, United Kingdom – For sale for £8.95 million ($11.63 million, €10.39 million or درهم42.71 million) through Louise Hewlett – Chelsea Flower Show Belgravia in Bloom – Flat 1, 57 Eaton Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8BN, United Kingdom – For sale for £8.95 million ($11.63 million, €10.39 million or درهم42.71 million) through Louise Hewlett – Chelsea Flower Show

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7 comments on “Belgravia in Bloom”

  1. As a pensioner, I would love a garden like this. Low maintenance but beautiful. I only wish I could afford the flat but (mind you, mind you) it would not be practical given the stairs and I suppose a little big. I could see myself enjoying sherry in the drawing room though — it is beautifully decorated.

  2. This has been for sale for quite some time on and off if I recall correctly. It has “good bones” as they say but most would update it. At £2560 psf the armchair detective in this property professional says “not bad” in price terms but I would urge buyers to offer around the £7.9m to £8.1m mark.

  3. This isn’t a garden!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It’s a jungle of weeds!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You could lose some asylum seekers in here!!!!!!!!!!! They’d be very happy asylum seekers though!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! he he he he he hehe he he he he hehe he he he he hehe he he he he hehe he he he he hehe he he he he he

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