May 1999

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Springtime in Mayfair

Springtime     Grosvenor Square,
Mayfair W.1   

A stunning first floor apartment overlooking one of Mayfair’s finest Squares.
Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Study, Three Bedrooms, Three Bathrooms, Guest Cloakroom, Kitchen, Utility Room, Lift, 24 hour Porterage, Private Garden.

£2,100 per week furnished

Charles Street, Mayfair W.1
A newly refurbished period apartment with 9’6″ ceiling heights and roof terrace.
Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom, Two Further Bedrooms, Bathroom, Lift.

Sole Agents

Charles Street
       Grosvenor Square

Balfour Mews,
Mayfair W.1

In the heart of Mayfair Village, a first & second floor maisonette with roof terrace.
34′ Double Reception Room, Kitchen, Guest Cloakroom, Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom, Bedroom Two, Shower Room.

Sole Agents
 Balfour Mews

Mount Street, Mayfair W.1

One of the finest flats on the rental market in London, with access from each reception room onto a large terrace.
Entrance Hall, Library, Two Reception Rooms, Study, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Maid’s Suite, Master Bedroom Suite including His and Hers Bathrooms and Dressing Rooms, Five Further Bedrooms, Four Bathrooms En Suite, Guest Cloakroom, Lift, 24 hour Porterage, garaging available at a separate cost.

£5,000 per week unfurnished

Also available
Mount Street, Mayfair W.1
A luxurious third floor flat with views down to Berkeley Square.
Entrance Hall, Reception Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Two Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms (One En Suite).

£1,200 per week furnished
 Mount Street

Mayfair in Bloom

A breath of fresh air

As summer approaches we are increasingly asked for properties with some outside space, be it a balcony, terrace or garden.

Mayfair’s largest area of greenery is Grosvenor Square, London’s second largest garden square after Lincoln’s Inn Fields and covers over 8 acres. Properties with private outside space are rare due to the architecture of Mayfair. Flats with outside space are normally found at the top of the building (penthouses with terraces) or the lower ground floors (patio gardens). Townhouses invariably were not built with gardens in mind, although some houses can be found where some outside space has been created by clever design.

However, Mayfair does have secret, hidden gardens, not visible from the street.
The most notable are behind Green Street & Park Street, where Wetherell are selling three apartments from £1m in a newly refurbished period building, each with access to these ‘Secret Gardens’.


Another secret garden lies behind Culross Street. Whilst not having access to the gardens, Wetherell are marketing for sale a contemporary house, finished by Michael Reeves (Interior Designer of the Year). In addition to a roof deck, the house features a spectacular atrium where the glazed roof panels can be programmed to open thermostatically creating a courtyard with a Mediterranean feel. Price £2.95m.

In Mayfair Village an impeccably presented mews maisonette is for sale at £595,000. In addition to the 34′ west facing reception room is a secluded roof terrace.



As with properties for sale, rental properties with outside space can command a premium, as can properties which overlook squares or gardens. Despite our short summers, tenants regard such space as an extra room.

Wetherell currently have on their books a duplex penthouse with three interconnecting reception rooms, all having access to a roof terrace overlooking Berkeley Square and the rooftops of Mayfair. Available from July for a long let at £5,000 per week. On a smaller scale, available immediately in Mount Street is a two bedroom flat with a patio garden for a long let at £550 per week.

For the best properties available in Mayfair with or without outside space please contact us. As Sir Winston Churchill once said ‘My tastes are simple. I am easily satisfied with the best’.



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