About the Property
In the heart of Belgravia, one of London’s most distinguished village neighbourhoods, lies Ebury Square – a development of one to four bedroom private residences, promising new levels of both luxury and distinction.
London is looking towards a bright future and is at the heart of leading enterprises across Europe and the globe. The City itself is a prime example of how this ever developing cityscape is always evolving, with business, design and architecture at the forefront of new technologies. New developments are redefining London’s skyline and are symbolic of a forward thinking city. The Shard, Europe’s tallest tower is a magnificent example of this.
Sophisticated and eminently desirable, London’s Belgravia shares a postcode with Buckingham Palace for good reason. The grand terraces of stucco-fronted houses, exquisite boutiques and intimate garden squares make sure this area has never been out of fashion.
Ebury Square is a superior place to live in every way: picturesque, refined and with superb facilities.
The architecture of Ebury Square is designed to embrace the character of the local surroundings, including the garden square itself. The entrances at ground level are marked by projecting canopies supported on columns, whilst the light stone provides a similar effect to the grander buildings around the principal squares in Belgravia.
Ebury Square master designer Martin Goddard is a perfectionist – an artist, a craftsman and a passionate believer in the importance of the best possible interior design as a key element in the overall success of a building. “Executed well, it provides the fundamental quality that makes rooms, lobbies, even lifts, work in harmony. At Ebury Square I have emphasised the proportion and scale of the spaces bringing the elements of traditional Belgravia vertical townhouse living to these large, horizontally imposing apartments.”
The challenge, he feels, is to provide a canvas for the eventual owner without limiting their own eventual creativity. “The perspectives and the symmetry of the large living areas will be retained and balanced by central chimney breasts, oversized doors, solid wood panelling and squared rather than herringbone parquet flooring. Master bedrooms will be luxurious yet understated, with bathrooms conveying a real sense of glamour and dressing rooms a keen sense of discovery.”
In such a grand building, in such a classic London square, materials and lifestyle must form a perfect match and there is a very British feel to the fixtures and fittings and a commitment to traditional British craftsmanship. “I have developed an unashamed obsession with the best natural materials, especially stone. I go directly to the supplier and visit the quarries personally to select each individual piece. I am also passionate about joinery; I visit workshops on a weekly basis to ensure that our high levels of craftsmanship are being maintained
Just minutes from Buckingham Palace, Sloane Street and Knightsbridge, Belgravia is renowned for its village-like clusters of boutiques, jewellers and fine restaurants, sitting alongside elegant and historic private homes and embassies.
Ebury Square has been carefully planned to create spacious public areas and attractive landscaped gardens to reflect the generous leafy avenues of Belgravia.
- A unique heritage of mixed culture and fascinating architecture
- Just minutes from Buckingham Palace
- One of London’s most distinguished village neighborhoods lies Ebury Square.