A magnificent fifth floor (with lift) apartment in this avant-garde development comprises two bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom, a separate shower room and open plan living/dining space.
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There is easy access from Great Portland to Paddington, Marylebone and Baker Street stations. Great Portland Street underground station (Hammersmith and City, Circle, and Metropolitan lines) is moments away.
Great Portland is an eagerly awaited luxury residential and retail development, centrally situated on Great Portland Street and ideally positioned to enjoy the village-like intimacy of Marylebone and the bohemian chic of Fitzrovia. Unifying Marylebone and Fitzrovia, the area has a rich heritage of illustrious residents from the Beatles, the pre-Raphaelite artist Dante Rossetti, to the literary greats Charles Dickens, Dylan Thomas, George Orwell and Virginia Woolf, and national heroine Florence Nightingale.
Respectful of the past with an eye on the future, Great Portland has been thoughtfully designed, blending old and new to create delightful modern homes, enviably located amid the boutique bohemia and café culture of this distinguished district. Highly crafted and exuding modern quality with its bright limestone façade and bronze framed lantern bay windows,
Great Portland offers considered interiors and artistic flair where luxury lives in the finer detail and exquisite originality. With floor to ceiling bay windows, oak floors, intimate open plan living and entertaining spaces, and bathrooms with clean lines and quality finishes, Great Portland offers a wonderful sanctuary for the discerning buyer.
Neatly tucked away between the wealth of Marylebone, the edgy energy of Soho and the grandeur of Bloomsbury, Fitzrovia is peaceful and attractive, home to small media organisations, small pubs and small restaurants and a smattering of decent hotels. Wide streets lined with tall buildings in Victorian brick mingle with cosy side alleys, with a variety of architectural styles from the eighteenth century to the present day, all of it dominated by the BT Tower, one of London's tallest and most iconic buildings. A pristine haven a short walk away from Tottenham Court Road.