This Sloane Square property, built in 1904, boasts one of London’s best addresses. Today home to many of the world’s best fashion houses, this west facing apartment lies at the heart of the unique estate of the Cadogan family and directly overlooks the square bearing the family name of Sir Hans Sloane, notable for bequeathing his collection of natural history and curiosities to the nation paving the way for the foundation of the British Museum.

With seven windows facing west onto the square the views and natural light are unparalleled.The interiors are driven by the Art Deco movement, an assertively modern style that runs to symmetry rather than asymmetry, and to the rectilinear rather than the curvilinear. With three bedrooms and exceptional entertaining space its hard to find any compromise.

During the apartment’s complete restoration a perfectly preserved artefact was uncovered dating back to the pre-war era the building was constructed during. A surprise gift awaits its new custodian…