Top Floor with Lift
Separate Laundry Room
Open Plan Layout
Attractive Entrance Foyer
Close to Amenities and Transport Links
EPC RATING D
Story of the Home
After working in Soho and Mayfair for many years, I wanted to buy a penthouse apartment in the heart of London’s West End. I was searching for a long time and must have viewed over 50 properties, however with the help of a property advisor, we finally found the perfect West End pad.
Hanway Gardens was built by luxury developers, Galliard Homes. It is a small building of just 18 apartments set behind a period façade. The location is tucked behind Oxford Street on Hanway Place with the buzz of the West End is on your doorstep.
The building has an impressive entrance foyer which is manned by on-site staff, to me the building feels like an urban oasis and a place to retreat from the heady pace central London.
This apartment is the only one on the top floor (sixth) and is accessed via a lift, it feels very exclusive as well as private and secure.
There is a large open plan living area and kitchen, making the perfect space for entertaining. I like cooking and the kitchen is fully equipped with Smeg appliances.
The open plan layout makes it a very sociable apartment and looking at the rooftop views across the West End never gets boring.
Both bedrooms have floor to ceiling fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathrooms with chrome plated fittings set against striking marble tiles.
The location is incredible, you can walk within minutes to all the restaurants of Fitzrovia, Soho or Mayfair, my favourites are Circolo Popolare and The Ninth on Charlotte Street. The best coffee in London has to be from Omotesando Koffee on Newman Street. The original Hakasan is also located just a few doors away on Hanway Place.
The property is perfectly placed for travelling to all corners of the Capital and beyond, with Tottenham Court Road (0.1 miles Central Line and Cross Rail) and Charing Cross (0.8 miles, Piccadilly Line and Mainline) being only a short walk away.
"Hanway Gardens was built by luxury developers, Galliard Homes. It is a small building of just 18 apartments set behind a period façade."