In our chaotic, ever-changing world, Ebury Street II is a bubble of perfection, a place of true ease. Kitted out with high-spec, integrated Bang and Olufsen technology, the lines are clean and crisp, and the decor might be described as minimalism to the max. There's a garden, too, and fitness fanatics can work up a sweat without ever venturing beyond the front door.
But when you do, you'll discover that the shops and restaurants of Sloane Square are just around the corner and villagey Elizabeth Street, domain of stylish mums, is even closer. Harrods and Knightsbridge are close enough to negate the need for a cab, and you're surrounded by parks and garden squares. For once it really is as simple as that.
Your hosts are a young family based in Monaco. He owns an investment management company, she works in the fashion industry. They spend much of their time trotting around the globe with their two young children. A cultured pair, they're at the forefront of both Monaco and London society look out for them at the Royal Academy and the opera.
The sitting room is a gentle spot, shaded in milk, cream and ebony, with an original fireplace, monochrome furniture and intricate artworks cheering the walls. There's a vast, bright and glossy white eat-in kitchen, and out in the garden you've seating for eight and a top of the range BBQ. And the cherry on top? The three double bedrooms are reminiscent of those in a five star hotel, two with elegant en suites, and all with abstract paintings and sculptures ensuring your evenings are as cultured as they are restful.