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A well proportioned and elegant flat arranged laterally across 3 buildings within a highly sought-after building situated almost opposite the Carlton Tower Hotel and close to both Harrods and Harvey Nichols, along with all the international shopping facilities of Sloane Street. The open spaces of Hyde Park is just a few minutes away.
This impressive apartment comprises two original flats merged and linked by a generous lobby and indulgently designed by the international award-winning designer Tessa Kennedy. The resulting apartment provides well arranged, bright and gracious accommodation with good volume including 3.2m ceiling heights
43-45 Sloane Street was reconfigured throughout in 1992 to provide this impressive apartment building with an elegant façade and 3 wide bay windows to the front elevation.
The apartment enjoys direct lift access and a concierge.
Three/Four Bedrooms Suites | Three Ensuite Bathrooms Dressing Room to Principal Bedroom | One/Two Reception Rooms | Kitchen/Breakfast Room | Further Kitchen | Two Cloakrooms | In Excess of Three Metre Ceiling Heights | Direct Lift Access | Concierge
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