South Street, London, W1K


7 5 5
For sale £16,500,000 *
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NEW INSTRUCTION – SOLE AGENT - A rare opportunity to purchase a Grade II listed Freehold house overlooking Mount Street Gardens.

Built between 1896-1898 by J.J. Stevenson the red brick property is designed in the Queen Anne style, and the currently house still has many original features within the 6,473 sq.ft of residential space. The property has fantastic entertaining space front to back with ceiling heights of 3.5m in the formal reception rooms.

On the market for the first time in 20 years the property provides the scope for a full refurbishment throughout. Between 1874-1948 Arthur Herbert Stanley, Lord Ashfield – First Chairman of London Transport lived at the property.

Situated to the west of Berkeley Square and to the east of Park Lane, South Street is often referred to as one of Mayfair's most architecturally beautiful streets. It benefits from closeness to the exclusive boutiques of Mount Street and to unrivalled London's West End, as well as the open
spaces of Hyde Park.

Mount Street Gardens were laid out in 1889 out of a former burial ground of St George’s, Hanover Square, the gardens are home to an abundance of flora and fauna including a number of London plane trees, Canary Island date palm, and three dawn redwood from south-east China, all of which can be admired from the two large balconies at the rear of the property.


* Entrance Hall
* Family Eat-in Kitchen
* Dining Room
* Double Reception Room
* Main Bedroom Floor
* Five Further Bedrooms
* Three Further Bathrooms
* Staff Bedroom
* Terrace
* Two Balconies
* Store Room
* 6,473 Sq.Ft.


Terms:

SOLE AGENT
Freehold
Price - £16,500,000