Grosvenor Crescent under construction in 2011.

Grosvenor Crescent under construction in 2011.

9. March 2011

Grosvenor Crescent

3-10 Grosvenor Crescent, London SW1X 7EE
Autumn 2011

Description of Grosvenor Crescent

Grosvenor Crescent is a conversion of eight town houses in Belgravia, formerly used as Red Cross offices, comprising 15 high-quality flats and an underground car park.

Area: 7,600m2
Ownership: Freehold owned by the Grosvenor Trusts

Grosvenor was the project and development manager on this scheme. This was the first Grosvenor-led residential development scheme on their London estate since completion of Montrose Place in 2007.

Set within one of the last remaining freehold, Grade II listed heritage properties in Belgravia's Grosvenor Estate, this exclusive development is located just a stone's throw from Buckingham Palace and the Royal Parks. Neighboring Knightsbridge boasts iconic shopping destinations such as Harrods and Harvey Nichols, the international fashion boutiques of Sloane Street, and world class restaurants. The Grosvenor Crescent residences feature bespoke interiors designed by Essenza Style using the finest materials and finishes. Residentsalso benefit from an unrivalled range of facilities and services.


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