A rare opportunity to own an original Mayfair townhouse, Grade II Listed and built in 1729.
Park Street was first developed from the late 1720s and the terrace of houses from numbers 70-78 are the only survivors from that time. Originally built under leases of 1729 by John Barnes, No. 76 is Grade II listed and retains many period features including a panelled interior.
With an abundance of character throughout, the house immediately impresses with an entrance hall leading to the formal dining room, with original period panelling and west facing views onto Park Street. A large bright family kitchen and separate utility room are situated to the rear of the ground floor.
The first floor comprises a large drawing room with floor to ceiling windows and the second bedroom suite, which has an en-suite shower room, south facing terrace and walk-in dressing area.
The large master bedroom occupies the entire second floor, with en-suite bathroom, dressing area and its own large south facing terrace overlooking the roof tops of Mayfair. There are two further family sized bedrooms, with the third bedroom benefiting from an en-suite bathroom.
The house also has a large play room that leads onto a private patio, which sits adjacent to a conveniently located guest cloakroom.
* Entrance Hall
* Drawing Room
* Dining Room
* Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom, Dressing Area and Roof Terrace
* Guest Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room and Terrace
* Third Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom
* Fourth Bedroom
* Guest CloakRoom
* Play Room
* Private Patio
* Utility Room
* 2,586 sq ft
* Tenant Fees Apply - £240.00 inclusive of VAT is payable by the Tenant for Wetherell conducting tenant checks, credit checks and drawing up a tenancy agreement. Cost is payable per unit dwelling.