Located on a quiet street, adjacent to St James’s Park, 35 Old Queen Street is a late 19th Century building that sits within the Birdcage Walk Conservation Area.
The stylish, open-plan living rooms have been designed to make the most of the natural light and generous ceiling heights. The oak timber flooring has been laid in a classic herringbone pattern, with the ceiling and door detailing complementing the traditional elegance of this sought-after St James’s address.
The contemporary kitchens comprise bespoke, dark wood joinery, integrated Miele appliances, stunning smoked mirror splashbacks and marble counter or breakfast bar. The three bedrooms benefit from stunning sash windows and has been fitted with floor to ceiling wardrobes that maximise the use of space.
The principal bathroom suite combines luxury with convenience, with two Villeroy & Boch hand basins, marble enclosed bath and large, walk-in shower. The other en suite bathrooms feature a beautiful Tundra Grey marble that complements the pale grey timber flooring of the adjoining bedroom.
Close to St. James Park, it is both the smallest and oldest Royal Park in London. It is surrounded by some of the capital’s most treasured landmarks including Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, St James’s Palace and The Houses of Parliament.