A wonderful, beautifully presented Queen Anne house located next to St James's Park.
7 Queen Anne's Gate is located within a group of 5 terraced houses built in c. 1770-71 by Thomas Clarke (brick layer) and Emmanuel Crouch (architect). It comprises a traditional brick built mid-terraced house having four full storeys plus a basement, with three windows in width, under a Welsh slate tiled triple pitched roof with lead valleys. The main entrance to the house is approached by a short flight of steps, with a recessed panelled door.
Part of an exceptional group of late 18th century and Queen Anne houses, this fine and elegant property is Grade I listed. It has been beautifully renovated creating a classic but contemporary family house in a prime central London location. This part of the street was originally named Park Street and separated by a wall from the western part called Queen Square. Originally forming part of the Christ's Hospital Estate, the previous freeholders of the terrace, it is regarded as one of the best preserved areas of 18th century domestic architecture in London. Meticulously restored and reinstated as a family home in the late 1990's, and recently redecorated, this property is beautifully presented. It provides many significant historical architectural features. There are fine fireplaces in the principal entertaining rooms, an absolutely charming south-facing garden terrace which has been recently refurbished - a rarity in central London. There is extensive lower ground floor accommodation, including a bright media and office space with skylights providing abundant natural light. There is also a studio flat with a separate entrance to the front of the house, which could also be used as a home gym. The property further benefits from a large central skylight which provides the main stairwell with natural light.
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An enchanting family house located in an historic central London area...Noel De Keyzer