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Cornwall Gardens, SW7

Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea

Proposed conversion, alteration, and internal refurbishment work at Cornwall Gardens, London SW7.

The property is a mid-terrace, seven-story Victorian Town House, a Grade II Listed building situated in the 'Cornwall Conservation Area,' within the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. In Cornwall Gardens, the period detailing and building hierarchy are delineated by the use of full elevation painted stucco.

The building is well-documented for its external appearance and historical importance. An extract from historical records states that the buildings date from circa 1863-1870.

During the refurbishment and reconstruction, all the original materials and details have been respected and recreated, where possible, under the observation and in coordination with “British Heritage”, the government body for the historic buildings.

Planning consent has been obtained for various external alterations and internal changes, including the conversion and refurbishment to form 5 self-contained luxury flats. Installation of a new lift running from the ground floor to the fourth floor. New 5th floor structure with a crown pitched roof and mansard at roof level and incorporating a sunken terrace.

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