- 1 Bedroom
- 24 Hour Concierge Service
- Video entry phone to all apartments
- Comfort cooling
- Underfloor heating
- On-site clubhouse with pool, gym & sauna
- High quality finishes
- Off-plan development
A stunning one bedroom, 604 ft², 1st floor apartment available in this landmark development due for completion in Q1 2017 and ideally located to benefit from all the amenities of Earls Court and the Old Brompton Road.
This property is situated on Lillie Square, which is short walk to Brompton Road and Fulham Road and, therefore, benefits from the amenities of both the fashionable area known as ‘The Beach’ in Chelsea, and Fulham Broadway. The residence is surrounded by a wealth of shops, cafés and restaurants. The nearest public transport can be found at West Brompton, (District & Overland Lines), as well as, Earl’s Court, (District & Piccadilly Lines). Motorists can easily gain access from the West of the city via the A4/M4.
The apartment is located in Phase 1 of the Lillie Square development, which is one of the most high-profile residential developments in London, transforming a 7.4 acre car park on Seagrave Road into 808 high-end new homes offering modern garden square living. The 1 million square foot scheme is a joint venture between Capco and KFI.
The subject property consists of a perfect, 1st floor, one double bedroom apartment with a generous terrace overlooking the communal garden square. The garden square has been designed by Andy Sturgeon, the ‘Best in Show’ and six times Chelsea Flower Show gold medal award-winning landscape and garden designer.
The property consists of a modern, open plan living and kitchen area, a stylish bathroom, storage and a double bedroom with long fitted wardrobe. Internal finishes include luxury carpets and engineered timber flooring, underfloor heating and metal balcony structure with glass balustrades to the private terrace.
Lillie Square offers modern, mansion block living. Close to Lillie Road and West Brompton Station, the Columbia Gardens buildings echo the Georgian and Victorian architecture of the surrounding area.