Sotheby's International Realty proudly presents this Grade II listed six-bedroom townhouse spanning 14,227 sq. Ft (1321 sqm) spread across seven floors with a in house lift epitomises luxury living neighbouring Buckingham Palace.
This Grade II listed six-bedroom townhouse, which spans 14,227 sqft (1321 sqm) spread across seven floors, epitomises luxury living. This remarkable property includes a:
• Dining room
• Living room
• Drawing room
• Entertainment room
• Media room
• Five dressing rooms
• Two courtyards
• 6 en suite bathrooms, 4 shower rooms, 4 WCs
• Two studies
• Two balconies
• Two private terraces
This property will be able to benefit from an array of world-class amenities, including underground parking, easy lift access, a bar, a pool, a gym, a sauna, a treatment room, two changing rooms, security and 24-hour concierge services.
Buckingham Gate neighbours Buckingham Palace, one of the most exclusive locations in London, providing easy access to London's finest shops, restaurants, bars, clubs, museums, art galleries and green spaces. Particularly accessible areas from Buckingham Gate include Mayfair, Knightsbridge, Belgravia, Westminster and St James's Park.
Buckingham Gate neighbours Buckingham Palace providing easy access to London's finest shops, restaurants, bars, clubs, museums, art galleries and green spaces. Particularly accessible areas from Buckingham Gate include Mayfair, Knightsbridge, Belgravia, Westminster and St James's Park.
Stations within the vicinity include St James's Park (0.4 miles, Circle and District lines), Westminster station (0.7 miles, Circle, District, and Jubilee lines), and Victoria station (0.4 miles, Gatwick Express, Southern, Thameslink, Southeastern, Circle, District, and Victoria lines).
London's "Parliamentary Quarter" was for a long time something of a hidden gem for people seeking a Central London residence with a slightly lower price tag than other SW1 districts. However, a recent influx of prime property developments has seen St. James's Park rival its neighbour Mayfair in terms of desirability.
Traditionally, St. James's Park was viewed as a rather low key and unexciting neighbourhood, with crowds of civil servants departing at the end of the working day and no atmosphere of an evening. But around 2011, developers cottoned on to the fact that there was simply not enough housing in SW1 to meet demand – and so some extensive redevelopment began. Several former parliamentary buildings were converted into luxury apartment blocks, such as The Courtyard and there have been some brand new buildings created as well, including Wellington House on Buckingham Gate. Adding further value to the area, some fashionable bars and restaurants set up shop and now the area blends almost seamlessly between Mayfair, Belgravia and Pimlico.
St. James's Park is home to some of London's most prestigious and iconic buildings and monuments, including Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. There is a wonderful open space here in the shape of St James' Park. It is of course also the home of one of Britain's most famous residents, the Prime Minister, at no. 10 Downing Street.