An £8m part conversion of an 18th century, Grade II listed public house to a 7 floor, 5 bedroom luxury house.
An £8m part conversion of an 18th century, Grade II listed public house to a 7 floor, 5-bedroom luxury house. The property is located in the heart of Mayfair near Berkeley Square, Hyde Park and Green Park making it part of the Mayfair Conservation Area.
This project has involved a sophisticated three level basement excavation, as well as the retention of the listed facade. The property also boasts a swimming pool, steam room, gym, cinema and two roof terraces including a 'green roof'.
Some of the new build section of the project takes inspiration from a nearby building covered in Virginia Creeper, and the roof terrace is clad in a metallic shingle taking the form of leaves on a vine.
The joinery and marble packages alone are worth in excess of £1m and the co-ordination between the two elements is key to the success of the project.
The local planning committee described the property as 'striking' and 'raising the bar for design within the borough' - the project is one of our most prestigious to date with the level of finishing at an absolute optimum and has been the subject of two of our excellence awards.