Bruton Place, Mayfair, London, UK
A beautifully restored Grade II listed house close to Berkeley Square. Set over three floors, it has been thoughtfully designed to offer a modern open-plan living space with a large reception, kitchen and dining room that lead out on to a private roof terrace. The stunning master suite has vaulted ceilings.
The Sloane Building, Chelsea, London, UK
The distinctive personality of this Grade II listed former school, with its soaring classrooms and dramatic internal spaces, makes it perfect for conversion into 18 bespoke apartments of immense character. Each offers generous proportions – most have ceiling heights of at least 3.5m, an abundance of light, and some have their own gardens. There is also a 24-hour concierge, a residents’ gym and secure underground parking.
Regent’s Crescent, Marylebone, London, UK
Built in 1820 for the Prince Regent, before he became King George IV, and designed by celebrated architect John Nash, this Grade I listed masterpiece has been redeveloped into 67 high-spec homes. Situated in one of London’s great historical landmarks, it includes a range of apartments and garden villas, with 9,000 sq ft of entertainment, wellness and business facilities.
Mortlake House, East Sheen, London, UK
This charming former vicarage dates back to 1867 and is ideally located on a parkside road between Richmond Park and East Sheen. Highlights include a south-facing garden spanning just under half an acre, elegant, light-filled reception rooms and an impressive grand reception hall with feature staircase and original tiled floor.
Bishopswood Road, Highgate, London, UK
Located on the peaceful, crescent shaped Bishopswood Road in Highgate, the splendid Victorian red-brick façade with period architectural details belies a carefully modernised interior for 21st-century living. Features include a home cinema, swimming pool, spa area and gym, along with a master bedroom suite that fills the entire first floor. The impeccably landscaped garden, with its collection of trees planted in the 1920s, secretly conceals the basement leisure and entertainment suite below.