January 8, 2015 | By PY Adjei |
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ELM ROW HAMPSTEAD VILLAGE NW3 The house was ormally the home o Sir Henry Cole, the ounder o the Victoria and Albert Museum. He also originated the custom o sending Christmas Cards. This exceptional property exudes elegance and grace, retaining many original period eatures including intricate ceiling mouldings, cornice detail, working shutters, panelled walls and an exceptional top foor ‘Studio Room’ aording antastic Southerly views over The Capital.
A NEWLY CONSTRUCTED FIVE BEDROOM TOWN HOUSE WITH A BEAUTIFUL WEST FACING LANDSCAPED GARDEN AND A ROOF TERRACE, SITUATED IN THE HEART OF OLD CHELSEA. The house has undergone a meticulous building programme with excellent ceiling heights and an abundance of natural light. Entrance • Drawing Room • Dining Room • Kitchen/Breakfast Room Study • Master Bedroom • Dressing Room and Bathroom Ensuite Three Further Bedroom Suites • Bedroom Five/Staff Suite Two Cloakrooms • Landscaped Rear Garden • Roof Terrace Utility Room and Control Room