The elusive prize in City centre living has arrived. In elite Mayfair, discover a prestigious two bedroom apartment overlooking the peaceful greenery of Berkeley Square. In a location where appearance is all and substance is essential, experience state of the art lighting systems, underfloor heating and modern air conditioning combined with cove ceilinged 18th century glamour.
Located in the heart of elite Mayfair, a district that needs no introduction, City living is elevated to new heights on exclusive Berkeley Square.
Occupying the premier spot, amongst the fiscal strongholds of hedge fund and financial management offices, is the only residential building in Berkeley Square. Overlooking the park and in walking distance to Annabels, the globally renowned private members club, is the ultimate in executive city abodes.
Step into the impressive lobby, with its high ceilings, feature mirrors and grand lighting scheme. Overseen by a building manager, excellence is the standard here.
Upon arrival into the entrance hall, a wealth of storage lies directly ahead. A full height, built-in wardrobe of drawers, cupboards and racks is ideal for shoes, coats, scarves umbrellas and more. Inset lighting overhead helps illuminate your endeavours before continuing ahead along the hardwood floor.
Featuring a Lutron lighting system, experiment with the ambience by using the dimmer function, or for a swift exit, switch all the lights off at the touch of a button.
Underfloor heating exudes from below, whilst in the summer months stay cool with air conditioning fitted in all rooms; quite the rarity for central London.
Designer vertical radiators and solid oak doors further the feel of chic comfort in this unique city centre apartment.
Tiled in earthy tones, with a contemporary, cast-iron-style old-school radiator doubling as a towel rail, a traditional-themed guest WC is located to the left.
Opposite, a sleek, bright-white kitchen, is roomier than anticipated, with full-height storage running above and beneath the creamy, granite-topped units.
Shimmering mosaic tiles provide splashback coverage to the walls, both above the contemporary, sunken sink and above the Miele induction hob and oven. With built-in fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine secreted within the vast array of cupboard space; worktops can stay clutter-free and tidy.
Sneak a peek through the open hatch area through to the grandly-sized modern living-dining room.
Above, the coffered ceiling is fitted with a sprinkling of inset spotlighting and dramatic pendant lighting, illuminating the spacious dining table to the far right.
From the trio of elegant sash windows, vistas of the park opposite simply fill the apartment. Home to some of the oldest London Plane trees in the city, admire the cacophony of colour whatever the season.
To the left of this space, a sumptuous sitting room awaits, replete with built-in, contemporary and stylish storage to the far wall.
Within this array of cupboards and cubby holes, a real-pebble fireplace adds a touch of rustic warmth on those chilly winter evenings. Hunker down in front of the television and enjoy evenings with your favourite film and a steaming mug of velvety hot chocolate.
Branching off in both directions from the living room are two, spacious and inviting bedrooms.
To the right, a bountiful bedroom with sconce reading lights overlooks the greenery of the park beyond. Dressed in meditative sea-foam tones, with elegant cornicing and a corner of tall, built-in wardrobes, this is a soothing sanctum of sleep.
Slip through to the oatmeal and buff toned spa-feel en-suite. Featuring a centrally filling tub and over-bath rainfall shower, stash your towel on the heated rail…where better to refresh and unwind at the end of a long day?
Storage for all your toiletries can be found in the drawers beneath the wide rimmed sink, with wall-mounted tap. An LED-illuminated mirror also features.
To the left of the lounge, this bedroom's sibling slumber chamber resides. Tall, wooden skirtings reflect the opulence of the cornicing above, with views once more over the gardens opposite.
Air conditioning keeps this bedroom, along with all the rooms in the apartment, refreshingly cool during the summer months, whilst underfloor heating keeps toes toasty in the depths of winter.
Built-in wardrobes and wall sconce lighting also appear in this vast double bedroom.
Distinguishing the two bedrooms are the en-suites. In this en-suite, discover a lavishly sized double walk-in shower. Glazed from floor to ceiling, with alcove shelving and an enormous, square drench showerhead above, and side attachment, this is the ultimate in refreshment.
Out and about
Take a stroll around your new, exclusive and established neighbourhood, once home to Winston Churchill.
Feel the draw of the green opposite and explore this traditional, formal square. Characterised by its recognisable, mature London Plane trees, this green space dates back to the 18th century.
Admire the sculptures, fountains and stone planters, or seek respite from the summer sun beneath the leafy canopy, in one of London's more peaceful havens.
Handy for bus and underground links, Green Park station is close by for the Piccadilly, Jubilee and Victoria lines, with Bond Street also in easy reach around a five-minute walk away, for the Central and Jubilee lines. Elektrobay charging points are also commonly available in the square.
A sense of history emanates from Berkeley Square, in the midst of ever-chic Mayfair. Pass Go', collect your £200 and see the sights…
Brimming with the most desirable bars, exclusive restaurants and affluent shops, mix amidst the well-heeled at Annabel's, one of Europe's most prestigious members-only clubs. Tour the latest installations at the Royal Academy of Arts, one of London's best-loved art galleries or pay a visit to world-famous auctioneers Sotheby's and see what fine art and jewellery is up for grabs.
A trip to nearby Fortnum & Mason is a must as TripAdvisor reviewers advise bring your Visa'. Keep it handy for a tour of nearby Bond Street and Old Bond Street, and its plethora of designer shops.
For a spot of lunch, try the May Fair Kitchen, in the May Fair Hotel, and sample its fusion cuisine. Or head to renowned Nobu on Berkeley Street for a taste of Japan. In a region overflowing with worldwide cuisine; the options for fine dining are endless.
Whatever your tastes, head home to luxury, spacious living and style, in this exclusive, contemporary and comforting apartment overlooking Berkeley Square. After all, who doesn't want to land on Mayfair?
leasehold: 105 years remaining
Service Charges; £9,988.12 per annum
Reserve Fund: £2,970 per annum
The Keller Williams agent looking for this property is Georges Verdis so quote reference #LEC when calling or call the agent directly on 020 7048 0404.