- Number of beds: 5
- Number of baths: 5
- Number of reception rooms: 2
Net internal area (approx.): 609.72 sqm / 6,563 sq ft
Originally designed by Sir John Burnett & Partners as a piano showroom the Art Deco Grade II listed building has been completely refurbished to a phenomenally high standard. The duplex penthouse is the pinnacle of this new boutique development of four apartments.
The penthouse is spread over 2 floors with a large roof garden and a sensational wrap around reception terrace which provides incredible views over Mayfair and the City of London. The upper level of the apartment is laid out for entertaining with large open rooms and access to the terraces. The principle reception space is a grand L shaped drawing room with dining area and furnished terrace. One of the key features of this room is a dramatic hanging bronze glass fireplace which delineates the space between dining and less formal seating.
Towards the front of the building on this level is a lit oxyx cocktail room, powder room and showcase dining kitchen with utility space. A central island of Taj Mahal Marble is flanked by bronze Balthup cabinetry with Gagganau appliances on one side and a plush Vert de Terre suede banquette dining area beneath large picture windows. Situated on the lower floor of the duplex is the large Master Bedroom suite. The suite can be completely separated from the rest of the apartment for the ultimate in calm relaxation. Encapsulated within this space are a grand master bathroom with soaker bath tub, a fully fitted dressing room and spacious bedroom with vanity. A further 4 large and beautifully presented guest suits all have with their own fitted cabinetry and marble bathrooms. The Penthouse also benefits from an additional 2 bedroom staff flat of 748 sqft located on a separate floor within the building.
Lease Expiry: 01/01/3017
The area: Why we love Marylebone & Mayfair
Why we love... Marylebone & Mayfair
The Great British High Street is an endangered species. In an era of chain stores and identikit rows of shops – same coffee chain, same fast fashion shop, same supermarket – Marylebone High Street and its surrounds is a rare thing. Packed with small, independent shops and an atmosphere all its own, it is one of London’s most popular shopping parades and together with the surrounding streets, a lovely part of town for a wander.