This grade II listed Mayfair townhouse was built around 1755. Having served as a bank for much of the twentieth century, it had been the subject of a great number of alterations, including the construction of a basement level, and was in a semi-derelict state when it was purchased by the current owner. The original stone stair between first and second floors has, however, survived.
The building has been sensitively refurbished and extended to form a private suite of offices. The original floor plan has been reinstated to the principal levels and all floors are now served by a new passenger lift. A cantilevered stone stair has been newly constructed from ground to first floors connecting with the original flight above.
Interior design and FF&E by Kitesgrove.
Photographs: MSMR/Veronica Rodriguez Photography