No. 35a Hyde Park Gate is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac which has been home over the years to a number of famous people including Virginia Woolf, founder of the Boy Scouts Robert Baden-Powell and Sir Winston Churchill, who lived and died there.
This freehold property is a low-built, terraced 'Arts and Crafts' mansion and is located just South of Kensington Gardens in one of London's finest areas.
Please note: No. 35a Hyde Park Gate has now been sold.