One of Mayfair’s Oldest Residences Hits the Market

Originally built by bricklayer John Barnes, at a time when Mayfair was just starting to develop into an exclusive residential address, the house is now a Grade II-listed property and originally build in 1729. The property retains many of its original period features which include preserved brick façade, Georgian floor tiles and the original paneling in both drawing and dining room.

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All new furnishings and fittings perfectly compliment the historical building and the property presents exceptional standards throughout all 2,586 square foot. The property comprises four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The property further enjoys a considerable amount of outdoor space for its W1 postcode. We’re seeing a drastic increase in buyers wanting outdoor space.

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Residents are a short walk away from Bond Street, South Molton Street and Oxford Street, or they could travel to Harrods by car in less than 10 minutes. The property is also well located for enjoying the fine dining restaurants of Mayfair.

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