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​Property Report August 2000

August 2000

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Close to Gardens

St. James's Place      St. James’s Place,
St James’s SW1

Duplex apartment with views over Green Park.

Two Reception Rooms, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom and Dressing Area, Two Further Bedrooms, Two Further Bathrooms, Porter, Lift, Underground Parking and 999 year lease.


Culross Street

Culross Street, Mayfair W1

Freehold house with access to gardens.
Three Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom and Dressing Room, Six Further Bedrooms, Three Further Bathrooms.


    Duke Street Duke Street, Mayfair W1

Dual aspect flat off Grosvenor Square.
Reception Room, Kitchen, Two Bedrooms, En suite Bathroom, En suite Shower Room. Lift and Caretaker.


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Apartment blocks for sale  

Wetherell have recently been
instructed to sell a portfolio of
buildings in prime Mayfair
locations, currently being run
as furnished letting operations.
A rare freehold in Charles Street
is offered for sale with an
adjoining mews building in
Hay’s Mews.
Combined they total 12 flats
with garaging and a patio
garden. The building is fully
furnished, with Wetherell seeking
offers of £5.95 million.

Charles Street

The second building is situated
behind Claridges in Brook’s Mews
and comprises a purpose built
block of 6 selfcontained
apartments with lift and garaging.
Again fully furnished and run as
a letting investment, the property
is for sale at £2.75 million.



Ten properties comprising the
corner of Brook Street and
Davies Street, opposite
Claridge’s Hotel, have been
placed in the market for sale
either as residential or
commercial occupation through
Wetherell and Jones Lang
The properties were originally
the Estate Offices of Grosvenor
who moved to new modern
offices in Grosvenor Street
earlier this year.
The properties are mostly
listed, with Nos. 66 Brook
Street and 53 Davies Street
being Grade I and the three
houses in Brook Street are
Grade II.
All the buildings overlook the
“secret gardens”, with four
unlisted buildings in Davies
Street offered with planning
applied for 13 self contained
With the majority of the
buildings built in the 1720s
they were individual residences until the Grosvenor moved in

Former Offices
The former offices of Grosvenor are
now for sale for either commercial or
residential use, through Wetherell

after 1836. Many of the larger
individual rooms have been
refurbished in their original
design and many original
Georgian features can still
be seen.
Country Life’s Christopher
Hussey wrote in 1928 that one
of the rooms in the original
Grosvenor Office “is one of the
most complete expressions of
the baroque to be found in
London, indeed, I know of no
other London room to compare
with it.”
A Grosvenor Gem in Mayfair.


A building on the corner of
Mount Street and Park Street
is offered for sale for restoration
back to a substantial Mayfair
mansion of some 10,270 square
feet (954 square metres).
Built in 1896-7 the house has
an impressive staircase.
Wetherell are offering the
Grosvenor property on a new
99 year lease at £4.25 million.