A buyer has swooped on the “magnificent” garden-level triplex unit at The Draycott, a new top-end boutique scheme just around the corner from Sloane Square.
The collaboration between Chepstow Advisory Ltd, architectural practice B3R and design studio 1508 London has delivered ten “revival-style” apartments from a 19th century Dutch-inspired corner block on Draycott Avenue.
Pitched at £8.95m, this particular unit is the largest in the building (at 3,154 square feet) and came with some highly-prized private outside space, created by B3R and award-winning Chelsea Flower Show designer Hay-Joung Hwang, which features a frameless glass pavilion with an open fire.
Inside, the three storeys have been laid out with a reception room, dining room, four bedroom suites, a media room, a gym, and second kitchen.
Describing the apartment in the original sales materials, Alex Christian of Savills said: “Now more than ever the sanctuary of a garden has become a sought after must have feature. The garden at Apartment One The Draycott is an exquisite example of a carefully thought-out, tranquil environment with the added dimension of inside/outside living space. Hence we are anticipating increased demand for property presented to this high standard with well-designed usable outside space, from UK based, as well as international buyers.”
Residents at the super-prime development have access to concierge services provided by The Draycott Hotel, and underground parking (by separate negotiation). Marketing details show six of the other apartments have also been sold (including the 2,575 square foot duplex penthouse).