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Cadogan Gardens

London, UK








Cadogan Gardens is a 6-storey Queen Anne style house, built in 1891 by Henry John Wright and owned by the Grosvenor Estate. Nestled in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Cheslea, the terracotta brick Victorian townhouse lies within the Hans Town Conservation Area. Cadogan Gardens is a premier street, conveniently placed in the heart of Chelsea, just off of the King’s Road and moments away from Sloane Square.

In 2017, Stanesby Architecture was appointed, following planning approval, to provide RIBA Stage 4 Technical Design and RIBA Stage 5 Construction services. Planning permission was granted to add an additional storey of accommodation to the roof, and to convert the existing residence to provide a mix of luxury self-contained apartments and suites, for hotel use. Stanesby Architecture collaborated with WISH Interiors, building on their successful relationship over the years, to coordinate a full space planning exercise on the current design and architectural opportunities available. A new planning application detailed additional bedrooms, as well as a new roof design and stair design, reconfiguring the internal layout with changes to the circulation.

The apartments were carefully refurbished to reflect traditional British elegance. Individually built rooms and suites complement the building's Victorian heritage, offering luxe-contemporary living and are excellent for people looking to stay in the heart of Chelsea for an extended period of time.

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