- First Floor
- Mount street
- High ceilings
- Lateral apartment
- Long Leasehold
- Prime Mayfair
A bright and spacious two/three-bedroom first floor lateral apartment located on arguably London's most desirable street. Situated towards the Berkeley Square, the property is perfectly positioned to take advantage of Mayfair's boutique shops, up-market restaurants and 5* hotels. The property comprises a luxurious open plan reception/dining room flooded with natural light from the large bay window overlooking Mount Street and features a beautiful authentic fireplace. The living area leads onto a smart hallway and a sleek, fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with marble worktops and integrated appliances. The apartment further benefits from three double bedrooms, two bathrooms, two dressing rooms, lift access, newly refurbished communal and outstanding ceiling heights throughout. In the late Hugh Lupus Grosvenor 1800s the first Duke of Westminister rebuilt the street with the intricately detailed Queen Anne revival style architecture that can still be seen today. This detailed architecture makes for stunning historical views from the flat. The building contains an elegant glass elevator which is an extremely rare feature for buildings from this era.
Located in the heart of one of London's oldest and most prestigious districts, 92 Mount Street is perfectly situated for the finest boutiques, bars, and restaurants that Mayfair has to offer. With its quintessentially British architecture, high-end retail and gourmet gastronomy, Mount Street is surely among London's finest addresses. Transport links include Green Park tube station (0.5 miles) and Bond Street tube station (0.3 miles). All distances are approximate.
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