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Winkworth tour: vintage luxury meets classic contemporary in Pimlico

PUBLISHED: 10:02 07 March 2016 | UPDATED: 10:07 07 March 2016

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Step inside this lavish, five bedroom period property within the historical property landmark: ‘Pimlico Grid’.

3000 square foot of floor space inside this beautiful double fronted home along Westmoreland Place, has been well utilised to provide a spacious escape in the city that has style today and investment potential for the future. It has been lovingly designed to maintain its period character whilst providing modern living for the everyday and any occasion.

An exceptional sun room spreads across the entire third floor to provide an open and bright sanctuary, and the lower floor has been developed into a chic and inviting reception and entertainment space, accompanied by a welcome wine cellar below.

Soft lighting, rich textures and luxurious fittings run throughout the property to immediately instil a sense of relaxation after work and travel in the city, while its bedrooms all suit anyone looking for a stylish space to end the day – you really will not want to go anywhere else.

In total, this classic property comprises a master bedroom with an elegant dressing room and en-suite bathroom; four further bedrooms; two additional bath/ shower rooms; a warm reception room; an open plan kitchen and sitting room; a contemporary dining room; the lavish sun room; a well presented study; utility area; wine cellars and storage vault.

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Pimlico property takes centre stage

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Pimlico offers a slice of village life with its close communities and unblemished classic streets within the heart of central London. With Westminster Abbey as its parish church and the Tate Modern close by, Pimlico is the creative and distinctive puzzle piece between the political powerhouse of Westminster and prestigious postcodes in Chelsea and Belgravia. Conceived by the 19th century master builder, Thomas Cubitt, Pimlico boasts the same architectural style as plush Belgravia. Its property market has been forecasted as London’s star investment area in 2016, and the historic Pimlico Grid – a Cubitt landmark - is set to take centre stage as its most sought after neighbourhood.

The Winkworth Pimlico and Westminster office are proud to present this brilliantly located property surrounded by beautiful garden squares, Regency architecture and the adjacent River Thames. Request a viewing or find out more about this home just 10 minutes from the Pimlico Underground station by contacting on +44 (0) 20 7828 1786 or pimlico@winkworth.co.uk

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