The Goat Pub, Chelsea

Fabulous timber sash windows by Sash Windows London have been designed into the remodelling of a stylish Italian restaurant and bar in Chelsea, situated on the Fulham Road.

Sash Windows London were appointed by the clients to undertake the challenge of restoring this stunning property. Rich, dark cords and weight timber sashes were installed making the Goat a real eye-catching contribution to the streetscape of this cosmopolitan location.

We worked very closely with the owner and contractor to achieve their vision. The conservation frontage design has become particularly popular all around Sloane Square.  The partnership between the Goat and Sash Windows London was a great success.

The sash windows at The Goat were some of the largest windows we had been contracted to supply and install. Some of the sash windows measuring an impressive 2500(w) by 2800(h), requiring five men to lift this into the aperture.

Windows from our Traditional Range were chosen with weight and pulley mechanism in replica of the original windows and their design. The Traditional Range offer double and triple glazed units with Argon Filled Units only, designs offer centre pane Ug values as low as 1.0 W/m²K and overall Uw values of 1.2 W/m²K. Our triple glazing achieve Ug values as low as 0.5 W/m²K this is achieved with Krypton.

Windows and panelling for The Goat were finished in RAL 7024 Graphite Grey externally and internally.  Sash Windows London use only high quality, spray-applied, micro-porous finishes that provide durable, low maintenance protection and has a warrantee of 10 years.

Interesting Facts

This pub was called the Goat until 1725 when the name was extended to Goat in Boots. Fulham Road was previously New Brompton Road, e.g. in 1851; and earlier called Little Chelsea. It was rebuilt in its present form in 1887.

A bar painted in black with black sash windows