Knightsbridge hotel transformed into £91m ‘luxury’ residential development
A former hotel in the heart of London’s Knightsbridge has been transformed into a new multi-million pound residential scheme.
A former ‘luxury boutique’ hotel at 41-43 Beaufort Gardens near Harrods has been converted into a new £91m residential development.
Comprising nine lateral apartments with interiors by Parisian designer Pierre Yovanovitch arranged behind the retained façade of three 19th century townhouses, the development will also feature a residents-only health-spa with gym, treatment room and sauna.
Jeremy Gee, managing director of Beauchamp Estates, commented: “Located in the heart of Knightsbridge the elegant apartments at 41-43 Beaufort Gardens have been designed through a special collaboration with globally renowned Paris based designer Pierre Yovanovitch.
“With show apartments dressed by Charu Gandhi of design studio Elicyon, the newly launched apartments are available for immediate occupation and provide discerning buyers a not-to-be-repeated opportunity to buy a slice of Knightsbridge history and new homes offering the very best specification and craftsmanship.”
Simon Barry, head of new developments at Harrods Estates, added: “Situated on the doorstep of Harrods, the world’s most prestigious department store, 41-43 Beaufort Gardens is one of the most exclusive luxury development launches in Prime Central London this year.
“Behind the heritage façade, the interiors of a former boutique hotel have been completely redeveloped to provide a new collection of unique trophy apartments whose large floorplates have the benefit of being arranged across three Knightsbridge townhouses.”
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