Curl up in luxury’s lap and let Belgravia Place pamper you. A period exterior hides sumptuously elegant rooms, but there are high-tech features too: a state-of-the-art Sonos sound system is wired into almost every floor. The wallpaper’s lavish, the pigments are rich – note the walnut-stained oak floors – and there’s a welcome absence of clutter. The home is calm and quiet, which is surprising given that you’re two minutes’ walk from Sloane Square’s designer shops, the Royal Court Theatre and a wealth of cafés and restaurants. Walk a little further to Knightsbridge or Buckingham Palace, then return for a decadent night in.
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