- 3 Bedrooms
- Drawing Room
- Dining Room
- Guest WC
- 3 En Suite Bathrooms
- Living Room
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Utility Room
This double-lateral apartment, 5,189 sqft, offers accommodation across two floors and two buildings, with a total width of c.60 feet (18.3 metres) across six windows, overlooking Buckingham Palace.
A sculptural staircase, in the centre of the apartment`s large open-plan living area, creates a unique sense of space through its double-height ceiling void and the abundance of light cast from its feature roof light.
The interior of this apartment has been designed by David Collins Studio, one of the most celebrated names in the world of contemporary interiors.
The studio`s concept for this home pulls together 19th century grandeur, early 20th century Art eco and sharp, 21st century styling to create a completely fresh and unique living space.
Entrance hall - Drawing room - Living and entertaining space - Formal dining room - Kitchen and breakfast room - Master bedroom suite with en-suite - shower and bathroom and dressing room
Guest cloakroom - Two further bedrooms with en-suite - shower and bathrooms.
Lift access - Secure underground car parking - 24-hour concierge - Three private terraces - Two utility rooms - 5,189 sqft.
Situated directly opposite Buckingham Palace, The Buckingham`s apartments enjoy a centrality of location that few others possess -- they sit at the very heart of London`s most distinguished address.
Nearby transportation links include London Victoria Underground Station (Circle, District and Victoria lines) 0.3 miles, London Victoria Station (Gatwick Express, Southeastern and Southern services) 0.3 miles. St. James`s Park Underground Station (Circle and District lines) 0.4 miles and Westminster Underground Station (Circle, District and Jubilee lines) 0.8 miles.
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