In anticipation of London’s ‘silly session’ for lettings, when discerning families and young students descend on Mayfair to find suitable accommodation for the autumn, Wetherell, Mayfair’s leading agent, have released to the market Mayfair Row, a covetable collection of four newly built town houses developed by Maple Springfield Limited. Although similar, the properties each have their own individual flair, ranging in size from 3,310 sq. ft. to 4,289 sq. ft. Prices start at £4,250 per week.

Each house within the collection at Mayfair Row has either three or four bedrooms, with accompanying en-suite bathrooms, an open plan kitchen, double receptions room and a study. One of the last true private house enclaves in Mayfair, Mayfair Row is currently the most luxurious letting in Mayfair.

Three of the four houses have a rooftop terrace, accessible by an electrically controlled, fully glass, retractable door, offering the perfect rooftop entertaining space. The state-of-the-art solar panels installed means the house will pay for itself, making the houses not only luxurious but also the most environmentally friendly and efficient collection in Mayfair. All four of the houses have been comprehensively finished and beautifully dressed and are fully turn-key.

Peter Wetherell Founder and Chief Executive of Wetherell comments: “The four houses at Mayfair Row are the most luxurious lettings collection currently on the market. The unique location, in a gated mews, and the level of the design and bespoke finishes, alongside the rooftop terraces makes each of the four houses highly enviable. Perfect for families and young professionals from London or overseas, the houses offer something for everyone”.

Each of the four houses at Mayfair Row are fully-dressed with furnishings supplied by Celine Estates. Marble staircases and feature walls decorate the entrance hall in two of the houses, alongside silk carpets and bespoke furniture and Villaverde light fittings.  Each of the four storeys has been cleverly designed to utilise space, with three of the four houses having expansive, underground secret storage, perfect for storing wine or other precious items.

Two of the four houses, One and Two Mayfair Row, have been almost identically designed. In Two Mayfair Row, the focal point of the house is undeniably the New Laurent marble staircase and floors. Upon entering, the ground floor in both houses leads into a large entertaining space with an open-plan kitchen and double reception rooms, alongside a guest bathroom.  The first floor offers a second reception room and a study.

The second floor is dedicated to both a guest bedroom with an en-suite bathroom as well as the master bedroom suite. The master bedroom suites in both houses offer en-suite bathrooms, with Number Two also having a large walk-in-wardrobe. The lower ground floor in One and Two Mayfair Row offer a further two guest bedrooms, with en-suite bathrooms alongside another reception room, with the option of conversion into a playroom or a gym.  The bedroom suites have been designed with neutral muted tones adding to the homely and cosy feel evident throughout.

The third house at Mayfair Row differs slightly from One and Two. Also designed with an impressive marble staircase, the house offers three double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. The ground floor and first floor provide a kitchen and two reception rooms alongside a study as well as offering a large rooftop terrace. The lower level floor comes with the option of having both a cinema room and a gym or alternatively further reception rooms. There is also a third guest-bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.

The fourth house at Mayfair Row differs entirely from the other three. Designed like a shell, the focal point of the house is the central glass atrium, which runs vertically down into a courtyard. The atrium ensures that natural light fills the house, which is furthered by the light-well running down the three storeys.

The large living and dining room stretches around the central atrium on the ground floor alongside a kitchen, study and utility room. The dining room seats eight facing the floor to ceiling windows of the atrium. The upper ground floor offers two large and bright double guest bedrooms with accompanying en-suite bathrooms. The light-well, atrium and large mirrors ensure that the rooms are filled with natural light.

The lower ground floor is dedicated entirely to the master bedroom suite. Circulated around the central courtyard, which can be accessed through glass doors, the master bedroom also offers a small terrace, perfect for al-fresco dining.

The master bedroom provides both a large en-suite bathroom and walk-in-wardrobe with a central island and another en-suite bathroom. All fittings are bespoke and the bedrooms have been designed to feel luxurious with silk carpets, muted tones and large chandeliers.

All four houses have underfloor heating and air conditioning throughout. Alongside the security of being behind electric gates, the houses also have a video entry phone system.

Located in the heart of Mayfair, residents are within walking distance of some of the best bars, restaurants and boutique shops in London. Mayfair Row also offers enviable connectivity being just a five minutes walk to Green Park Station and Hyde Park Corner. Located just minutes from Shepherd Market, the area provides a number of independent restaurants, clubs and bars including Ferdi and 5 Hertford Street

Prices at Mayfair Row start from £4,250 a week.