Fitzhardinge Street Apartment

Fitzhardinge Street, London, England, United Kingdom
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A remarkable three-bedroom apartment on Fitzhardinge Street meticulously designed by Studio Peregalli.

The History

The apartment is part of a set of terraced town houses c.1780, associated with the Duke of Manchester's development of the adjacent Manchester Square on Portman Estate land, the street forming the western approach to the square. These properties have historically been home to nobility and high-profile residents such as Sir Winston Churchill.

The Space

A remarkable three-bedroom apartment on Fitzhardinge Street, one of Marylebone's most prestigious streets. Meticulously designed by Studio Peregalli, the lateral apartment is wonderfully proportioned throughout and is spread across the first floor of two Georgian buildings, its high ceilings and its spacious layout giving it a palatial feel. A welcoming entrance hallway leads to all the rooms. To the right, an expansive 27ft reception room is punctuated by three large sash windows and crowned by an ornate plaster ceiling. Its exceptional size and beautiful decor mean it is the perfect space for entertaining This room seamlessly flows the kitchen and formal dining area, which features a beautiful fireplace. The kitchen is at the back of the room and is equipped with top-of-the-line Gaggenau appliances. It boasts a modern design, with a marble island and worktop that cleverly blends with the rest of the apartment’s design. The master bedroom suite is generously proportioned, flooded with natural light from two magnificent sash windows. It includes a spacious walk-in dressing room and an en-suite lined with striking marble tiles, Jack-and-Jill hand basins, a large shower, and a WC. The two additional bedrooms have bespoke wardrobes and en-suites with impressive marble finishes and high-end fixtures. This prime location offers easy access to international airports and convenient connections to brilliant shopping on Marylebone High Street and a short walk from the West End and The City. Also nearby are Marble Arch, Hyde Park, Oxford Street and Baker Street.


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