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