An impressive Grade II listed townhouse in the heart of Mayfair.
One of Mayfair's original Mansions, 21 Upper Grosvenor Street is an attractive Grade II listed townhouse constructed in 1732 and extensively refurbished in 1908 by famed British Architect Ralph Knott, well known for his Edwardian Baroque style as evidenced in his building of County Hall in London. The re-fronting of Upper Grosvenor Street was described as 'extremely inventive' in highly attractive Portland Stone.Today the house has been restored to its former glory, respectful of its history but very much with modern qualities. With grand proportions throughout, including an 'L-shaped' drawing room on the first floor leading to a large terrace and a dining room on the ground floor suitable for seating 20 guests, the house is ideally configured for both formal entertaining and comfortable family living.The centrepiece of the house is the family kitchen, unusually positioned on the ground floor (supported by a 'dirty kitchen' on the lowerground floor), where families can meet and congregate. As well as the formal rooms, the main house has five principal bedroom suites, including the master bedroom, which occupies the entire second floor and has its own private and secluded roof terrace. Further bedrooms are found in the generously proportioned 'Mews House' at the rear in Culross Street, which has its own drawing room/kitchen and a well-appointed gym and garaged parking for two cars. The house has an enviable spa with one of Mayfair's largest private swimming pools, a gym/fitness studio, separate spa pool, sauna and for post work-out relaxation a private screening room.Owing to our commitment to keep both our colleagues and clients safe, we have many guided virtual viewing options available to you. These include video walkthroughs, 360 virtual reality tours and enhanced comprehensive photography, our teams will be happy to walk you through.
Upper Grosvenor Street is situated between Grosvenor Square and Park Lane. This prestigious location offers close proximity to the open, green spaces of Hyde Park; the famous shopping amenities, restaurants the Mayfair community feel.