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Inside Chelsea Barracks First Penthouse

Robb Report

February 18, 2020

Lawson Robb have been featured on the Robb Report which details its work on the exclusive Chelsea Barracks Penthouse. The publication unveils Qatari Diar’s first penthouse at the landmark development:

“Rome wasn’t built in a day and all that, but London’s Chelsea Barracks really took its sweet time. After nearly thirteen years, the development’s first penthouse has finally listed for $55 million.

 

Located atop the Nine Whistler Square building, the two-story residence’s lofty asking makes it among the city’s priciest penthouses. The 6,144-square-foot interior was designed by Lawson Robb in a modern-meets-Georgian style that mirrors the building’s architecture and that of the surrounding neighborhood. Cabinets and floors are solid oak; marble, finished by Italian stone artisans, is used for the stairwell and the kitchen; and the bronze balustrades on the balcony are bespoke designs inspired by the botanical prints of textile designer William Morris. The six-bed, seven-bath home also has an impressive, 2,907-square-foot, wrap-around terrace, with panoramic views of the city.

Accessible via elevator is The Garrison Club, a residents-only common space with private access to a 12,768-square-foot spa, a 16-seat cinema, a 65-foot swimming pool, a game room and a lounge.

Penthouse living will also put residents smack in the middle of Chelsea Barracks, which sits between the Westminster and Chelsea areas of London. The affluent new neighborhood has seven garden squares worked into its layout, which includes other residential buildings and townhouses aplenty, plus a restored 19th-century chapel.”

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