The property in Rupert Street is set within the Soho conservation area and, while being completely refurbished internally to provide contemporary accommodation, they will retain their original elegant facades. The property is situated on the corner of Rupert Street and Brewer Street, built in 1884, comprises elegant red brick construction with stone cornicing and pediments to the windows on the first floor and some attractive ornamental brickwork.Download Brochure
Living spaces are both beautifully conceived and creatively executed, using a contemporary open-plan design for total convenience. Large windows and use of natural materials ensure the height of liveability.
Rupert Street is less than a five-minute walk from four major Underground lines (Piccadilly, Central, Northern and Bakerloo), giving easy access to the rest of the city – as well as to Heathrow airport, Charing Cross station for southern overland services and St Pancras International for train services to Europe. Soho is also a five-minute walk to the brand-new high-frequency Crossrail train service that from 2017 will link the area with the commercial centres of the City and Canary Wharf, as well as Heathrow Airport in just 30 minutes.