WARWICK LODGE, SW1V
The historical family home of Thomas Cubitt, Warwick Lodge is situated on the corner of London’s Warwick Square and has access to the largest walled residential garden in Pimlico. Providing 7,000 sq ft of living space and 1,005 sq ft of balconies and terraces, the magnificent Warwick Lodge, on the corner of London’s Warwick Square, is a seven bedroom house, with what is believed to be the largest garden in the Pimlico, originally the family home of Thomas Cubitt, builder of the Grosvenor Estate and ancestor of HRH Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Fully modernised by design house Chester Jones and offering substantial accommodation over lower ground, ground, first and second floors, Warwick Lodge is a Grade II listed grand white-stucco Victorian house with large bay windows, opening onto a walled garden, measuring 70 ft by 60 ft, with a patio for al fresco dining and entertaining.
Reception Rooms: 2-3
Size: 7,000 sq ft
Outside Space: 70 ft by 60 ft garden
Parking: Resident Parking Permit
EPC Rating: D
Council Tax Band: H
“An amazing, one-off house located on one of Pimilco’s most sought-after garden squares.”
Located on the East side of Warwick Square Warwick Lodge is perfectly located for all the amenities of Pimlico and Belgravia, with the local high streets of Pimlico Road, Warwick Way, Lupus Street and Elizabeth Street all a short walk. The transport links are also excellent, being located an equal distance from both London Victoria Station (for the Victoria, District and Circle lines and Gatwick Express) and Pimlico tube station (for the Victoria line).