• Mayfair
  • 2 Bedroom
  • From £1,500 per night

Conversations of light and texture play out across this impressive penthouse apartment.

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Capacity: 4
Roof terrace
  • Dunraven Street, Mayfair, London
  • Dunraven Street, Mayfair, London
  • Dunraven Street, Mayfair, London
  • Dunraven Street, Mayfair, London
  • Dunraven Street, Mayfair, London

    A home with a design as outstanding as its pedigree.

    The accolades of this Grade II listed building include its former usage as a royal residency, the home of humourist P.G. Wodehouse, and its expert renovation by Alexander McQueen – not to mention its spacious interiors and contemporary style. Cast your eyes upwards to the third and fourth floors of this lofty red-brick property, where a monochromatic masterpiece awaits.  

    Take the lift upstairs, and enter a spacious kitchen and dining room; the epitome of sophisticated homeliness. Sweeping surfaces make preparing food a breeze, whilst a stainless-steel oven and splashback adds an edge of industrialism to the space. Sip a coffee at the large island, or seat friends around the glass dining table. In warmer climes, enjoy air conditioning throughout the home, or fling open the French windows to the balcony –the quiet thrum of Dunraven Street sits just below.  

    The living room is a dialogue of parallels between light and dark, hard and soft. Gilded light plays with the ornate chandelier, emanating through the trio of sash windows. A mirrored wall amplifies the sense of space, with a soothing open fireplace for when nights draw in. Stone-coloured sofas invite cosy evenings in front of your favourite film, set on smart black walnut flooring.  

    There’s an understated elegance to the sleeping quarters. The master bedroom is beautifully lit through a lunette window and leads to its immaculate en-suite bathroom – its floors and walls are wrapped in glossy marble, setting the stage for an inviting free-standing bath. The guest bedroom is a serene affair, with sliding pocket doors doubling the space into a dedicated dressing area or home gym. Choose between the walk-in shower or fitted bath in the family bathroom. From the fourth floor, ascend the sprawling spiral staircase to the roof terrace; fire up the barbecue and enjoy summertime drinks on this south-facing suntrap.  
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      Cultural capital

      A blue plaque sits on the exterior of this home, commemorating the 20th-century humorist P. G. Wodehouse – the mastermind behind the well-loved Jeeves and Wooster stories. Many years before its renovation by the iconic Alexander McQueen, this home belonged to the grandson of Queen Victoria, Alexander Mountbatten.

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      Designed for socialising

      Whether it’s a luxurious dinner party in the dining room, a cosy evening filled with conversation in the living room or a summertime barbecue up on the roof, this home was built with people in mind.

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      Rooftop escape

      Why venture into busy central London when you have a private sunset spot all for yourself? The immaculate decking and spacious footprint are the perfect setting for summer sundowners with friends.

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      An exemplar of contemporary style

      The period blueprint offers a spacious framework for modern interiors. The home is united by sweeping walnut flooring and whitewashed walls; its rooms adorned with opulent chandeliers, mirrored accents and neutral-toned furnishings.

    Property features

    2 reception rooms
    2 reception rooms
    A mirrored wall doubles the light and space.
    Generous living space
    Generous living space
    Air conditioning runs throughout each of the spacious rooms
    2 bedrooms
    2 bedrooms
    Heaps of storage to ensure clutter-free spaces
    2 bathrooms
    2 bathrooms
    Sleek marble tiles, relaxing bath tubs and reams of light
    Light & airy
    Light & airy
    Sash windows and soaring proportions; the home is at once uplifting and calming
    Roof terrace
    Roof terrace
    Clean decking and plenty of space to socialise.

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    About the area

    Peaceful Dunraven Street sits just around the corner from the sophisticated streets of Mayfair or the vibrant bustle of Bond Street.

    In fact, this home could not be better located to experience central London to its fullest. Head to the Grade II listed Royal Arcade for your shopping fix or visit the Royal Academy or National Gallery for a world-class exhibition. A wealth of Michelin starred restaurants sit just on your doorstep: for French fine-dining, Le Gavroch, is a short walk down Park Street, or head to the highly-Instagrammable Sketch – set in an 18th-century townhouse, its is fuelled by artistic innovation in every corner.  The iconic Hyde Park is a five-minute walk away, for a breath of fresh air amidst the bustle of the capital. You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to tube stations and transport links – explore the rest of London with ease.  

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