A second floor pied-à-terre, with outside space on a quiet road close to Berkeley Square.
This superb one bedroom apartment of 540 square feet, features a large reception room with south-facing windows and original wooden floors.
An ideal pied-à-terre comprising of a large double bedroom with private terrace reached through French doors. With its stylish, fully equipped kitchen, marble bathroom and ample storage space throughout, this property would be the perfect base for a city professional.
Located on a quiet Mews-style street between Berkeley Square and Bond Street, the apartment is close to fashionable restaurants, shops and art galleries.
Bruton Place derived its name from Lord Berkeley of Stratton, who had a grand mansion on Piccadilly with gardens stretching down to Berkeley Square. His ancestors were known as the Berkeleys of Bruton.
Bruton Place runs off the north eastern end of Berkeley Square which was laid out in 1698 and was one of the most fashionable locations in London.
The most famous building in Bruton Place is The Guinea Grill one of London’s oldest inns Est 1675 in the reign of Charles II. The current building dates back to the 1720s but a public house has stood on this site since 1423. It is hard to imagine today but Mayfair in the 15th century mainly consisted of farmlands and open fields and most of the clientele of the original pub were made up of farm labourers and agricultural workers.
London’s wealthy began moving to Mayfair after the Great Fire of 1666. Bruton Place was the site of the stables and coach houses for the grand houses in Berkeley Square and Bruton Street.
The property is currently on a 30 year and 11 month lease, a 90-year extension is possible.
- Entrance Hall
- Reception/ Dining Room
- Master Bedroom
- Private Roof Terrace
- 540 square feet
- EPC band D
Lease Length - Approximately 30 years
Service Charge - £902 per quarter
Ground Rent - £300 per annum
Price - £950,000