Réf.009146 | +10M€
The house has been the subject of a comprehensive yet sympathetic refurbishment and rebuild programme to the highest standard and specification. Arranged over four floors and offering fabulous proportions throughout, this wide based house provides excellent bedroom accommodation and modern yet elegant entertaining space, enhanced by its impressive depth and volume.
The house has been meticulously designed by two previous Candy & Candy designers now working for Taylor Howes Designs (Winner of the Andrew Martin International Design Award). They have used the highest quality of materials in this renovation whilst incorporating cutting edge technology. Of particular note is the beautifully crafted joinery throughout, and the newly excavated lower ground floor which lends itself to a contemporary work-out space and innovative media room.
Services : Air-conditioning, home entertainment system, underfloor heating, comfort cooling.
Réf.009147 | From +1M€ to +32M€
Standing in a privileged position, moments from the River Thames, a new residence set to be a beacon of architectural brilliance. Designed by award-winning Ian Simpson Architects, the residence rises 50 storeys high, adding a shimmering new dimension to London's skyline. Awide range of facilities are conveniently on offer within the development, making it the perfect place for enjoyment and relaxation. Facilities include a thermal spa with swimming pool, steam room, sauna and snow cabin, a fitness suite, private screening room, wine cellar and a stunning Executive Lounge on Level 32 where a private dining area can be pre booked.
Réf.009148 | Guide price 50m£
Situated in the heart of St James’s, one of London’s most exclusive addresses, lies this palatial home. Planning and Listed Building consent have been granted to restore the house back to its former glory at the same time as providing all the accommodation and amenities expected of the world’s finest homes. Whilst the house is offered in a shell condition, an impressive interior design scheme has been prepared by leading Interior Designer Martin Kemp to show how the house can be brought to life. Extending to approximately 30,000 sq ft it provides a scale and grandeur rarely found in the centre of London together with a secluded garden which offers total privacy.
The front elevation is a fine, neo-Georgian adaptation by Sir Edwin Lutyens of an earlier house. Dating from 1911, this well proportioned façade is an early example of his ‘stripped classicism’ that was widely used in the following years, culminating with the Viceroy’s Palace in New Delhi.
North and East of Royal parkland, South of Piccadilly and West of Haymarket, St James’s plays a pivotal part of life in the capital. Named after the Royal palace, St James’s stands at the right hand of royalty and has provided grand homes, luxury goods and services since the 1600s. Today, it is characterised by period architecture, its beautiful shop fronts, the masterpieces found hanging in its leading galleries and auction houses, as well as an unmatched reputation as a hub for international business. St James’s houses an exclusive mix of residential properties, occupied by some of the most discerning and discreet residents who appreciate the proximity to the Royal parks, exclusive retail and leisure offers and fine architecture. Coupled with the excellent residential and business premises, St James’s has been the home of London’s finest gentleman’s clubs for many centuries, enhancing the life and lifestyle of the area. From its architecture and retail heritage to its characterful local communities and busy cosmopolitan streets, St James’s is home to many of London’s most powerful icons. Beneath the surface, there is an on-going commitment and clear vision, by The Crown Estate, of its future as a defining part of London.