Situated in the heart of Knightsbridge, is an elegant and well proportioned Grade II Listed stucco fronted family house, with generous reception space, four/five bedrooms and a large south-west facing private garden.
Built in the early 1850s, the property has been the home of many remarkable residents including the Countess de Narbonne, who was directly linked to the Comte de Narbonne, illegitimate son of Louis XV, and later Minister of War for Louis XVI, as well as aide-de-camp to Napoleon. Another resident with royal connections was Henry Edward Fitz- Clarence, grandson of King William IV.
This delightful garden square is conveniently located just off the Brompton Road and is a short walk from the
international amenities of Knightsbridge and Hyde Park.
Knightsbridge is one of the most exclusive neighbourhoods in London. Centrally...
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