This exceptional apartment is situated on the third floor of a period building at the northern end of Dover Street in the heart of Mayfair. The apartment has been refurbished to the highest standards and consists of two bedrooms, a large master bedroom suite with walk-in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom and a second bedroom, also with an en-suite. Grand double-heighted entrance doors lead you through to the luxurious open plan living and entertaining space. The kitchen, living and dining areas all benefit from high ceilings and the abundant natural light which floods through the large bay windows. The building comprises of 22 exclusive apartments spread over five floors, all of which are serviced by a porter and can be accessed by lift or stairs.
Dover Street is noted for its Georgian architecture and number of exclusive restaurants, hotels, bars and art galleries which have transformed it into one of Mayfair`s most exciting and desirable streets. Brown`s Hotel, which was established in 1837 by James Brown and The Albemarle Club, originally in Albemarle Street nearby, was relocated to 37 Dover Street before its closure. The Arts Club, founded by Charles Dickens and others in 1863, originally in Hanover Square, has been located at 40 Dover Street since 1893. Whistler`s decision to sue John Ruskin was made on the premises. The Arts Club premises are currently used for meetings of the Eccentric Club. In the 1920s many notable photographers were based in Dover Street including Paul Tanqueray, Hugh Cecil and Alexander Bassano.
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