Small studio flat overlooking Britain’s most expensive street for sale for a staggering £2,300 per square foot
Egerton Crescent in Knightsbridge is regularly lauded as “Britain’s most expensive street”. Now, those on a slightly more limited budget could buy a property overlooking it on Egerton Gardens that is for sale for £1.175 million ($1.7 million or €1.6 million).
Priced at £2,268 per square foot ($3,284 or €3,025 per square foot), the 518 square foot ground floor studio has just one room and a mezzanine sleeping area with restricted headroom. It is available through W. A. Ellis on a lease that has approximately 85 years remaining.
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It’s in the grotty part of West Kensington, not very nice. The flats are depressing there.
It is in Knightsbridge actually. Close to Harrods and on the border with Chelsea and South Kensington. Nowhere near West Kensington.
I’ll take five!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I know the area, it is grotty and depressing.
One cannot buck trends…….
Some people’s knowledge of London is to be found lacking …..!!
You buffoon, Rod. The idea of a outback peasant like you in K’bridge is just hilarious. You head off down to Kangaroo Valley….your natural habitat;there’s a good chap.
It is not in Chelsea, it is a dump of the first order, full of young lads with sports cars using the place as a racetrack. No one with ant taste would live anywhere near there.
We refer to the property as being in Knightsbridge. It is close to the border with South Kensington and Chelsea also.
Where do you think it is? It is nowhere near West Kensington.
I wil tell my Bahraini friend about this. A reasonably priced crash pad in Knightsbridge is just what he’s been looking for.
Do you have to? We have enough Arabs in London
No one else will live there, it is a very noisy, depressing area.
It is a quiet side street. I think you have the wrong location. And it’s nowhere near West Kensington or Fulham.
It’s near Harrods !!!
7 minutes walk but not on the same road.
I live behind Harrods and I wish I didn’t. Beauchamp Place, once a charming village like street is now infested with highly scented Arabs standing four abreast on the pavements or aromatising the street with their sickly, stinking pipes. This year, they seem to be staying on and on. I dread trouble in Saudi Arabia or that ghastly place Bahrain for it will mean they will pour into London. Still, I suppose Mrs M and her Bahraini ‘amour’ will glad that the entire Arab population has relocated to London.