One of my favorite areas of the British capital is Belgravia, well I imagine that of all. Belgravia is characterized by large terraces of the white stucco houses, and focuses on Belgrave Square and Eaton Square. It was one of the most sophisticated residential neighborhoods in London from the beginning, and it still is to this day.
The construction has been very well maintained and you see authentic Victorian mansions (there have been filmed countless British films and period series, such as the famous series Up and Down). The advantage of these houses is that having always been well taken care of and being high quality materials They retain the vintage charm.
In this spectacular duplex penthouse with breathtaking views of private communal gardens we can see that the art deco flooring from the time the house was built, it is located specifically in Lowndes Square, one of the most expensive floors in the known universe.
More than 3,740 square meters that begin with an impressive lobby at two heights with the black and white marble floor. The walls continue with the binomial, white while the doors and their frames are black as are the stairs. Both the steps and the railing.
The master suite, stands out for the wooden floors and the large windows. Mention apart the spectacular bathroom with bathtub travertine marble and a counter top washbasin of the same piece of the same material.
The kitchen has been completely renovated, with all the advances and has been in line with the rest of the house in a shiny black and chrome. Steel is a fundamental part of all decoration. We are struck by the design lamp that hangs in the service area.
Three more bedrooms with bathroom, an office, library, art deco dining room and a press reading room all with white walls and wenge black wood floor, complete the house.
The attic Belgravia duplex Is for sale by the Real Estate of Sotheby's Realty Does anyone dare to be a neighbor of Abramovich?