Catherine Golding reports on a Georgian townhouse that has earned the right to be considered another masterpiece connected to Mozart
While Mozart the composer was best known for his symphonies, concertos and operas, Ebury Street in Belgravia – or the part named Mozart Terrace – is known as being home to a young Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and as the place where he composed his first symphony in 1764. It is fitting then, that this spectacular Grade II Listed Georgian townhouse could sit alongside his works and be called a masterpiece too.
This London street has other famous Ebury Street residents too, including Ian Fleming, the author of the James Bond books and Noel Coward, the playwright, but we should get back to the four-storey townhouse. It is a rare and extremely unusual property and offers sensational entertaining space on a grand scale.
Some features are very special indeed; after passing through the historic façade of the house, a fantastic feature circular, glass staircase (main image) takes guests into the contemporary extension, which is stunning.
The exceptional proportions and volume allow for a wonderful feeling of space and an abundance of light flows throughout.
The property offers three bedroom suites arranged over the upper floors in addition to the extensive living spaces on the ground floor, which lead to an impressive 47.9ft garden.
Available through agents Strutt & Parker, this is a tremendous opportunity for any house hunter, meaning the property won’t be on the market for long. Imagine, if you can, the agent informing you of a successful bid – it’d be music to your ears…
“It is a rare and extremely unusual property and offers sensational entertaining space on a grand scale”
Mozart Terrace, Belgravia, SW1
Agent: Strutt & Parker
Tel: 020 7235 9959
The accommodation includes an entrance hall, drawing room, garden room, library, kitchen/dining room, further reception room/bedroom four (with shower room), master bedroom suite with dressing room, two further bedrooms suites, utility guest cloakroom and a storage vault.
Only moments away are a wide range of local amenities including bars, restaurants, including Daylesfords farm shop and restaurant, Sloane Square and the world renowned King’s Road.