A truly stunning one bedroom apartment in a highly sought after building in the heart of Mayfair. Recently refurbished to an exceptional standard, this spacious apartment compromises of a large reception area, separate fully fitted kitchen with...
A truly stunning one bedroom apartment in a highly sought after building in the heart of Mayfair. Recently refurbished to an exceptional standard, this spacious apartment compromises of a large reception area, separate fully fitted kitchen with Miele appliances, a large bedroom with floor to ceiling fitted wardrobes & an en-suite bathroom. There is also a separate guest WC.
Chesterfield House benefits from a 24 hour concierge and is fantastically located for all that Mayfair and Hyde Park have to offer. Hyde Park Corner & Green Park Stations are a short walk away .
Viewings highly recommended
Mayfair was originally a village and it still retains much of that feeling today, despite being on the doorstep of some of central London's busiest retail and tourist destinations.
Mayfair is neatly delineated by Piccadilly to the south, Oxford Street to the north, Regent Street to the east and Hyde Park to the west. It comprises some of the most famous residential addresses in London — Park Lane, Curzon Street, Berkeley Square, Grosvenor Square — as well as the capital’s most exclusive shopping streets, including Bond Street and Mount Street.
The local scene
Mayfair is all about sophistication and discernment. Judicious management by the Grosvenor estate has seen Mayfair regain its historic reputation for gracious living. Not only are major buildings returning to residential use, but the careful management of retail space has created some of the finest and most varied shopping streets in London. Bond Street, Piccadilly and the Burlington Arcade are synonymous with luxury and designer brands. Mount Street is a vibrant contrast, with its high-end boutiques and individual retailers providing delightful variety.
Mayfair boasts some of the finest private members clubs in London, including Birley’s, Annabel’s and the Arts Club; its fashionable restaurants include Scotts, Le Gavroche and The Wolseley, with any amount of fine dining available in London’s leading hotels: the Dorchester, the Connaught, Claridge’s and the Ritz.
Cultural interest focuses on the Royal Academy on Piccadilly, with its regular programme of major exhibitions, while the adjacent green swathes of Hyde Park, Green Park and St James’s Park provide hundreds of acres of open space and outdoor recreation, including tennis, riding, boating and cycling.
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With four of London's universities featuring in the world's top 50, the capital's reputation as a revered seat of learning is well deserved, attracting students from around the world. While all of its universities are readily accessible thanks to Slough's superb transport links, the area itself is a short journey from globally renowned independent boy's school, Eton College.