5 Carlisle Street is a grade II listed home that is both original and historic dating back over 300 years. It was built in the 1670`s, during the reign of Charles II and now has recently undergone a dramatic transformation bringing it in line with modern day living. Works included a complete re-haul and renovation, but at the same time restoring all of the properties original historic features.
Today sits a one off, super luxurious piece of real estate providing an eclectic mix of both old and new. An interesting combination of 16th century and modern features create a truly unique place to live.
The property extends to four floors and encompasses a Master Suite, two further double bedrooms, both en-suite, a convenient loft and a secret loft garden. Large made to measure mirrors with black and chrome detailing provide a comtemporary feel whilst maintaining the charm and elegance through the original panelling and detailed archway. The Guest WC is positioned at the end of the hallway with a clever concealed sliding door. Both house and staircase have been fitted with a luxurious soft carpet which is truly pleasurable to walk on.
In the living and dining room, the original architecture includes panelling, cornicing and dadorails that run around the perimeter of the room, which work seamlessly with the bespoke joinery and furniture. Two large front facing windows flood the room with natural light. Airy high ceilings exceeding three metres give the living area a feeling of generous space, proportion and volume.
The large kitchen has been custom made to match the joinery used in the living and dining area. Vast amounts of storage and only the best Gagganau appliances have been integrated throughout. An electric hob sits within the kitchen island and is combined with a hidden pop up extractor fan. The utility area contains large mirrored cupboards to house the independent washing machine dryer and two coolers.
The location is superb being wonderfully positioned in the heart of Central London, with a short walking distance to the theatres, cinemas, restaurants and endless entertainment venues across the West End. Those who enjoy a meander through London Streets will find the green spaces of Regents Park and Hyde Park accessible on foot. Access to the main business districts in The City, Canary Wharf and Mayfair/Marylebone is easily reached. The London Underground can be accessed at nearby Leicester Square, and rail links are nearby at Euston and Kings Cross St. Pancras. These stations linking the property to Airports and major locations. This is an outstanding opportunity that should not be overlooked. Viewing is highly recommended.
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