Queen Anne's Gate is located parallel with Birdcage Walk and St James's Park, close to world renowned and iconic landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and Buckingham Palace.
A location steeped in history and widely regarded for its exquisitely preserved examples of 18th Century architecture. It is tranquil and attractive, blending history with the modern world, and combining a sense of 'country' with urban life too.
Westminster and Victoria have seen significant redevelopment in recent years: vast expansion and improvement of retail and residential offerings have seen the area re-join the traditional trophy enclaves that are recognised as 'prime central London'.
A destination and 'lifestyle hub' boasting Michelin star restaurants from Michel Roux Jnr, Tom Kerridge and Andrew Wong; fashion houses from Mulberry and Tom Ford; a Curzon Cinema; Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'Other Palace' theatre and studio; St John's Concert Hall at Smith Square; the Tate Britain Gallery, and all in addition to the offerings in St James's, the West End and nearby Mayfair, Belgravia and Knightsbridge.
Local transport connections located nearby include St James's Park and Westminster underground stations providing District and Circle Line and Jubilee Line access. Victoria Station provides underground services and mainline rail with national network connections including the Gatwick Express.
22a Queen Anne's Gate was built between 1775 - 1778 and forms part of a terrace of similar properties overlooking St James's Park. The Grade I listed property is an exemplar of the Queen Anne style architecture. Originally constructed as a residential townhouse, the property has undergone some modernisation in part and has more recently been used as offices throughout.
A number of period features can be found on the ground and first floors, which include feature fireplaces and a grand ornate room at first floor level complete with decorative oil painted ceiling and wall decoration. The ground floor rear room benefits from large windows, which provide extensive amounts of natural light as well as access to the large terrace. The property is exceptionally well presented throughout and still benefits from the original staircase to second floor level with lightwell above which looks directly over St James's Park. In addition, the property includes a garden to the rear which is accessed from the lower ground floor and Birdcage Walk. The lower ground floor and upper levels comprise of more contemporary accommodation.
The property is Grade I listed and sits within the Birdcage Walk
Conservation Area. The property has the potential to be used as either offices or residential, subject to the receipt of all statutory consents from Westminster City Council.