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Hot property: 46 St James’s Place

Four luxury London apartments are available to buy located at 46 St James’s Place, which is just a stone’s throw from both Buckingham Palace and Clarence House.

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Situated on the Eastern side of St James’s Place and opposite Jermyn Street, the apartments are well placed for the restaurants, shops and other amenities of St James’s with Green Park being the closest underground station.

The luxury London property has been transformed from two vertical, five-storey buildings into a single, entirely new building comprising of an exquisite sky view penthouse and three exceptional apartments.

Benefiting from plenty of natural light and with a panoramic feel, all properties are equipped with bespoke Italian designer kitchens and hand gilded silver ceilings. The luxury penthouse (pictured above) is spread generously over two floors with a sky lounge and bar on the private roof terrace above the large living area, boasting views of Green Park to the west, Mayfair and Piccadilly to the north, St James’s Garden Square to the east, and Royal Pall Mall to the south.

This is the first boutique residential development spearheaded by Lana de Savary, wife of entrepreneur Peter de Savary, with the help of designer and architect Linda Morey Smith and property managers Harwood International.

The Crown Estate, the company that manages the Queen’s property, recently unveiled a £500 million redevelopment of some of London’s most exclusive properties. The estate owns around 50 per cent of the buildings in the area, and the regeneration of 46 St. James’s Place is a great example of what has been achieved so far.

Guide Prices: Penthouse (3 bedrooms) – £10,000,000. Apartments (2 bedrooms) – £3,500,000 each.

For more information, contact Knight Frank Mayfair on +44 20 7499 1012, Savills Mayfair on +44 20 7578 5100 or contact your Insignia Lifestyle Boutique personal assistant.



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