CONSIDERED TO BE THE ARCHETYPAL LONDON MANSION, THIS EXCEPTIONAL GRADE II
LISTED HOUSE SITS IN THE HEART OF MAYFAIR.
The elegant stone-dressed, red-brick, five-storey home is arguably the best house on a prestigious street with a double-fronted Edwardian facade and Arts & Crafts style detailing. It boasts a prominent Portland Stone doorway and French-inspired fine iron railings giving it a sense of grandeur upon arrival. Covering 8,000 sq ft, the sensitive modernisation of the five-bedroom townhouse included the creation of a wellness suite on the lower ground floor, complete with swimming pool, bar, sauna and relaxation zone, around a central light-filled glazed courtyard.
APPROX. TOTAL INTERNAL AREA
8513 SQ FT / 790.88 SQ M
(INCLUDING EAVES STORAGE, RESTRICTED HEIGHT AREA & CELLAR)
APPROX. GROSS INTERNAL AREA
8340 SQ FT / 774.81 SQ M
(EXCLUDING EAVES STORAGE, RESTRICTED HEIGHT AREA & CELLAR)
APPROX. GROSS INTERNAL AREA OF CELLAR
115 SQ FT / 10.68 SQ M
APPROX. EXTERNAL TOTAL AREA OF TERRACES
1872 SQ FT / 173.91 SQ M
Request: £ 35 million pounds
The unique property offers a rare amount of outside space. At the top of the house is
an undemised roof terrace with rooftop views stretching into the distance, a constant
reminder of its beautiful and architecturally significant surroundings. The second floormaster bedroom suite leads onto another terrace and even the study opens out onto a balcony.
The stately high-ceilinged entrance hall, with polished diamond limestone flag stones,
is large enough to comfortably house a huge stone fireplace. It leads to the study on
the left and ahead is the dining room with a secondary staircase and kitchen at the rear.
There are two en-suite bedrooms on the second floor and two more off the wellness
suite. This beautiful property is extremely well-located for a range of amenities and culture. The
luxurious and world-renowned shopping streets of Bond Street and Savile Row are a
five minute walk from the property. Even closer is the recently upgraded Grosvenor
Square sporting the new Rosewood Hotel. A wide selection of London’s finest
restaurants, international music venues, leading museums, schools and universities are all
within easy proximity making it a phenomenal address. The greenery of the 350-acre historic Hyde Park is very near
Heathrow airport will soon be just 34 minutes away from Bond Street with the arrival
of Crossrail. This rare house has been the of home of politicians and celebrities and was designed by
two starchitects: Detmar Blow built the Edwardian mansion in 1902 while the modernday wellness centre was designed by Nicholas Rakic. The high ceilings and abundance of wall space would suit an art collector.