Newman Street is located near London’s West End, just off Oxford Street, in historic Fitzrovia. Named after Fitzroy Square and known for its bohemian roots, it has long been a mainstay for creative advertising agencies and its most famous landmark is the BT Tower. Bustling Charlotte Street and Rathbone Place are on the next street providing a range of cafés and restaurants including the Charlotte Street Hotel, Salt Yard, Roca, Bourne & Hollingsworth and Said.
The apartment is set on the second floor which can be accessed via a lift. The refurbishment by the current owners has been exacting. There is a beautiful herringbone floor throughout, a thoughtfully designed eat-in kitchen and a well appointed shower room. There are feature fireplaces in many of the rooms and the leaded windows are a real bonus. With three bedrooms, there are ample home working and guest bedroom options. Internal floorspaces extends to 813 sq ft (75.6 sqm).
Lancaster Court was constructed at the turn of the 20th century as a purpose built mansion block on the Art Nouveau style. Its striking pale yellow stone and original casement windows. It is set within the Charlotte Street West Conservation Area in Westminster.
Buses frequent nearby Oxford Street and the nearest station is Tottenham Court Road for Central, Northern & Elizabeth lines, which will run 30-minute transfers to Heathrow Airport & Oxford Circus (Central, Victoria & Bakerloo lines plus various bus routes).