STRIKING FORMER ARTISTS STUDIO NEXT DOOR TO WORLD-FAMOUS PHOTOGRAPHER BECOMES AVAILABLE
Situated in the heart of Glebe Place, a true artists’ enclave, is number 66 a modern masterpiece of residential living. Formerly an artist’s studio, the home is spread across two floors and was recently redesigned and reconfigured to create a spectacular home with features including a glass staircase and walkway, as well as floor-to-ceiling glazed panels tastefully combined with raw concrete floors and exterior walls.
On the market for £5.15 million, with prime central specialists Russell Simpson, the home on Glebe Place adjoins the private residence and studio of esteemed wildlife photographer David Yarrow.
Augustus John, Sir William Rothenstein, Winifred Nicholson and Baron de Meyer all worked out of Glebe Place artists studios, and other luminaries including Winifred Munnings, George Price Boyce, Giovanni Fontana and the Philip de Laszlo Trust are also commemorated amongst the cluster of Blue Plaques.
Located across from a traditional row of Edwardian terrace houses, 66 Glebe Place is next door to the studio of David Yarrow, which also bears a blue plaque commemorating the work of English Romantic painter, printmaker and watercolourist, Joseph Turner.
Sporting a whitewashed exterior, entrants are taken aback by the modern interiors of the studio home. An industrial style full-floor glazed wall separates the reception room with the kitchen-dining area, which is characterised by smooth raw concrete walls and a large breakfast bar. A quaint patio terrace is accessed to the rear, whilst a private study is located at the front of the ground floor.
The two bedroom suites on the first floor are reached via a fully-glazed staircase and separated by a glass walkway. Not for the faint hearted it’s a breath-taking and truly stand-out feature of the home.
The guest bedroom faces onto Glebe Place, whilst the master bedroom is at the rear overlooking the patio. A spectacular roof terrace is accessed through the master bedroom and provides discrete outside space, with views across the rooftops of Chelsea.
Perfectly located, 66 Glebe Place is a stone’s throw from the high-end boutiques of the King’s Road, whilst also within easy walking distance to Sloane Square, Harrods and the cafes and eateries of South Kensington
1731 sq ft
PRICED FROM £ 5,150,000
Subject to Contract
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