This fabulous split level maisonette set in the heart of the Pimlico grid is a rare and unique opportunity. Converted in 1970 by Stout & Litchfield, the modernist architects, a sense of spaciousness and continuity has been achieved throughout by the consistent use of few materials.
The ground & lower ground maisonette with its own entrance on Clarendon Street, comprises of a one bedroom flat, a storage room (or spare bedroom) as well and an open living area with kitchen on the ground floor. This leaves the lower ground portion of the property where all the available space has been used to brilliant effect. It retains the classic 1970's design details including slatted ceilings, original kitchen fittings and heather-brown quarry tiles. Of the eight vaults owned by this property, four have been incorporated and utilised as bedrooms, a dressing room and an entertainment/tv room. The other four vaults have been painted white and when lit up at night, create a fantastic atmosphere viewed through the floor to ceiling pivoting windows/doors.
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