Trevor Square, Knightsbridge SW7

Price £24,950,000 - Available


  • Duplex Apartment
  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Ceiling Heights in excess of 3.1m
  • Measuring approximately 6,400 sqft
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 3 Dressing Rooms
  • 24 hour security and concierge
  • Located in one of Knightsbridge's most prestigious serviced buildings

Rokstone are pleased to bring to the market this wonderful and substantial six bedroom duplex apartment measuring approximately 6,400 sq. ft in one of Knightsbridge's most prestigious serviced buildings.

Created by the historical amalgamation of 4 apartments, this expansive property is incredibly well suited to both comfortable family living and to grand entertaining.
It boasts 5 generous bedroom suites on the lower (4th) floor, whilst the 5th floor provides 3 superb inter-connecting reception rooms spanning 75ft and ceiling heights in excess of 3.1m, attributes very rarely found in newly built developments.

Residents of the building benefit from 24 hour security and concierge and this apartment has the very rare benefit of owning 4 off-street parking spaces.
17-21 Trevor Square is a very attractive building that is steeped in history having originally been the Harrods depositary, bakery and chocolate factory and was designed by CW Stephens who also created the iconic Harrods and Claridges buildings. The current building was re-built behind the original period façade in the early 2000s and is now one of London's most highly sought after developments.


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