This classic Mayfair townhouse represents the pinnacle of prestigious living and a rare opportunity to acquire an exquisitely refurbished five-bedroom residence in the elegant heart of London’s West End. It has been a private home since being built in the mid-18th century. Today, the residence has been tastefully redesigned and lavishly furnished for 21st century living by Juliette Byrne.
The townhouse is now one of the greatest modern representations of London’s grandest residencies. It consists of six floors of sophisticated luxury; including a recent refurbishment of modern features that meet a variety of requirements of contemporary city living. All five bedrooms have en suite bathrooms. Additionally, the house incorporates a reception room, living room, a bespoke hand-painted kitchen, games room and panic room.
Due to the modernity of the house, it also encompasses a lift and Smarthome system and has been expansively decorated and furnished in the most opulent manner. The many desirable features include black walnut parquet flooring, period style marble fireplaces, notably commissioned art and sculpture, silk wallpapers and a custom-made billiard table in the games room.
As the address indicates, this is a location that is recognised worldwide as London’s finest. For centuries, Mayfair has enjoyed the reputation of an aristocratic playground and is the prestigious setting for private mansions, embassies and luxurious hotels. It is surrounded by London’s famous parks, shopping streets and cultural landmarks, thus being conveniently accessible to and from all of London’s airports for international connections. Despite being conceived in the mid-18th century, 11 Queen Street expresses the modernity of evolutionary generations.
Mayfair is highly sought after, and for good reason. Few other London neighbourhoods can count such a celebrated array of restaurants, shops and hotels as
local attractions. Many of London’s Michelin-star restaurants are in Mayfair; Le Gavroche, Hibiscus and The Greenhouse, to name but three. Grand hotels, upholding standards of old-style glamour, include The Connaught, The Dorchester and The Berkeley; all of which have Michelin-star restaurants too.
As for shopping in ultimate style, Harrods and Harvey Nichols are within one mile, and there are more temptations in the exclusive boutiques of Bond Street, Jermyn Street and South Audley Street. The Royal Academy provides a taste of high culture, while London’s Theatreland is just a short hop by cab.
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