Extraordinary House spanning 5 floors complete with roof terrace.
About the House
This beautifully finished property spans over five stories, with three floors of living space, linked by an amazing bespoke sculpted staircase. Starting at the lower ground floor, there is a cinema room, wine cellar, utility room and guest WC. Moving up to the ground floor there is a contemporary kitchen with integrated German appliances, a spacious dining area and double aspect windows. The main living room is situated on the first floor with an integrated fireplace, recessed TV mount and built-in speakers. The top two floors comprise of two double bedrooms with built in wardrobes and en-suites and at the top of the house you have a private south facing roof terrace, that is a rarity in Central London.
About the Building
This unique freehold house in the heart of the West was designed by celebrated firm Form Architecture and the interiors were designed by Elizabeth Bowman. The unusual shape resembles New York’s very own ‘Flat Iron’ building and creates dual aspect windows for all rooms.
The Local Area
Hanway Street sits nestled between the bustling retail hub of London’s Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Street. It is one of the last late-medieval routes through Fitzrovia and St. Giles and is recognised as having significant historic value by both Camden and Westminster. “This is an ancient lane and the route probably existed here as early as 1600.” It was designated as a conservation area in 1990 because of its “intimate character and charm”.
With Michelin stared restaurant Hakkasan on Hanway Place and the ever expanding culinary delights of Fitzrovia and Soho on your door step, this property is perfectly placed to enjoy the very best of the West End.
Positioned on a quiet street directly off Oxford street, this townhouse offers a unique central London location. Tottenham court Road station is 2 minutes away that service the Northern/Central line and soon the Queen Elizabeth line.