The affluent streets of Mayfair are known for playing host to the heights of luxury. With stunningly beautiful homes and the country’s seat of power so close by, Mayfair exemplifies real class, and the area’s newest addition is no exception.
On the corner of Bourdon Street stands Mayfair’s latest luxury mansion. This stunning 6 bedroom house is the result of a project which saw three houses knocked through to become one. While the outside retains its classic red brick facade, the inside of the house is a beautiful example of luxurious modern home design. With space being such a premium in Central London, local builders are increasingly being hired to work on solutions like this, as well as ever-popular iceberg extensions.
“Behind the original facade, 3 adjacent houses have been joined together creating one spectacular, 53 ft wide, contemporary house...” said estate agency Knight Frank.
The mansion is currently on sale for £16,750,000.
“This beautifully interior designed property boasts volumetric entertaining space, luxurious bedroom suites and informal family areas. The house is sleek and modern, finished to the highest standard…”
This property is all about letting its residents live the high life. The open style of the property almost makes it seem like some kind of leisure centre, and to an extent that’s exactly what it is! ‘Leisure’ is the key word, with an entire floor dedicated to its pursuit with a private steam room, swimming pool and personal gym.
However, this leisure is not for one person alone! The mansion offers a total of six bedrooms, as well as a glamorous 28ft mezzanine reception area, perfect for entertaining guests.
On more relaxed evenings residents can relax in the generously sized living, kitchen and dining space, all set out beautifully with a luxurious modern design. Meanwhile, the head of the household can relax in the master bedroom, which not only offers an ensuite bathroom but also a private dressing room.
The area, too, has a lot to offer. Knight Frank boasted that Mayfair is “fast becoming a centre for contemporary art” with a new Phillips Auction House having just opened nearby as well as the “soon to open Gagosian gallery”. There has also been a great deal of Public Realm work to update the area’s street furniture, pavements, planting and public arts. Although the property has its own garage, local transport links are ideal for getting around London, with Bond Street tube station being a mere 10 minute walk away.
The house is currently on the market with Knight Frank.
Philip knows the most frustrating aspect of a home improvement job is not knowing anything about it! In the news, Phil is always on the look out for properties that inspire. He’s a fan of modern properties, with a particular soft spot for skyscrapers.