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Property of the Week: 55 Park Lane – When two become one

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This week’s Property of the Week is a uniquely designed four-bedroom apartment at 55 Park Lane in Mayfair, on the market with Harrods Estates for £11,700,00. Once two separate residences, the previous owner merged the apartments to create one generously sized, luxurious home featuring 2,812 sq. ft of living space. A truly unique offering at this exclusive address, which is sought-after due to its Mayfair location, granting residents a most convenient access to the area’s Michelin-starred restaurants, boutique shops and world-famous Hyde Park and Green Park.

No expense has been spared to ensure that the interior reflects the exclusivity of the area and the building itself. The apartment is fully equipped with air-conditioning, an integrated speaker system, electric curtains, as well as an automated ‘brain of the house’ - the custom Crestron System. This allows for total control and monitoring of the property’s electricals. Last but not least, residents benefit from 24-hour on site concierge and security services as well as the option for underground parking.

Upon entry residents are greeted with an elegant hallway leading to an impressive 36ft.  living and dining area, with wood flooring and a neutral interior palette that runs throughout the apartment. The living area also boasts two balconies running along the side of the development onto a quiet street. Opposite the entrance to the living area is a modern, fully-equipped kitchen with ample storage space and a modest dining area. 

Thanks to the extensive space, the property benefits from a total of four bedrooms, three of which feature en-suite bathrooms, whilst the fourth bedroom has use of a family shower room and cloakroom. One of the bedrooms further boasts a small balcony. All bedrooms are bright and spacious with a calming ambience. https://bit.ly/2Lj74XE

Many notable names have resided along Park Lane, including Robert B. Sherman, composer of the musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, as well as one of Hollywood’s ‘Golden Age’ legends Douglas Fairbank Jr. His four-bedroom party flat was noted as one of London’s most expensive rentals last year. Park Lane is also renowned for being an iconic location in many films and novels over the years, including Sherlock Holmes in the early 1900s with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s ‘The Adventure of the Empty House.’ One of the most successful British directors in the 1920s – 1950s, Herbert Wilcox, also chose Park Lane as the setting for his British box office hit of 1948 ‘Spring in Park Lane.’ 

For further information on this Park Lane apartment or any of our Mayfair properties, please contact us on 0207 409 9047 visit www.harrodsestates.com


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