Just minutes from Buckingham Palace, Sloane Street and Knightsbridge, Belgravia is renowned for its village-like clusters of boutiques, jewellers and fine restaurants, sitting alongside elegant and historic private homes and embassies. Belgravia is punctuated by a series of Regency style squares aligned to overlook lush green private gardens. Owned by Henry VIII in 1536, Ebury Square became a place that the king would often visit.
The delightful Ebury Street was also home to Mozart, where he is known to have composed some of his most famous pieces of work. The beautifully structured squares and streets of Belgravia, with their private gardens, remain amongst the most sought-after addresses in the world.
The finest knowledge, materials, planning and design have been painstakingly considered for the creation of Ebury Square, resulting in two stunning contemporary buildings that reflect the traditional Georgian streetscape, pared down in detail for 21st century living. A rare example of what artisan craftsmanship, design and up-to-the-minute technology can achieve together.