Savills | King Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 8JY | Property for sale
2,741 sq ft(254.65 sq m)
Guide price £8,250,000

King StreetCovent Garden, London, WC2E 8JY


    Key features

    • Two reception rooms
    • Kitchen / dining room
    • Principal bedroom suite
    • Further double bedroom suite
    • Guest cloakroom
    • Service charge: approximately £4,176 per annum

    One of Covent Garden's grandest apartments with spectacular period features and iconic south facing views over the world famous piazza

    About this property

    • Steeped in history and grandeur, this exceptional apartment is one of the finest in Covent Garden. Having been carefully restored, the apartment has been designed to provide luxurious modern day living whilst preserving its many original period features. Occupying the entire first floor, the apartment boasts seven grand sash windows across the full width of the building's façade allowing wonderful natural light into the kitchen / dining room and two reception rooms, with south facing views over the beautiful Covent Garden piazza, including the historic St. Paul's church, which dates back to 1633 and was designed by the notable architect Inigo Jones.

      The period features in the spectacular central reception room are exquisite, including Baroque plaster decoration, bolection mouldings, panelling and cornice detailing across the walls and ceiling. The spacious kitchen / dining room comes with fully integrated appliances and a beautiful feature fireplace, and there is a further reception room / study also with a feature fireplace. The impressive principal bedroom suite includes a dressing area with fitted wardrobes and en suite bathroom with a bath and separate shower. There is a further generous double bedroom with en suite bathroom, and a separate guest cloakroom. This unique apartment offers exceptional ceiling heights in excess of 4 metres and further benefits from air-conditioning.

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    This is a truly exquisite apartment offering exceptional reception space and steeped in history and beautiful original period features. Elegant living at its best and in a truly iconic location.

    Claire ReynoldsProperty agent

    Local information

    • Situated in the heart of the culture rich West End on a charming cobbled street, the property is perfectly positioned for the area's upmarket boutiques, restaurants, theatres, museums and hotels. Covent Garden, having benefitted from a significant investment and development programme in recent years, is now one of London's finest and most picturesque retail and restaurant neighbourhoods.
    • Local transport links include Covent Garden underground station (0.1 miles) and Tottenham Court Road underground station (0.5 miles).

    Additional information

    • Built in 1716, 43 King Street is Covent Garden's oldest and arguably most important building. The handsome Grade II listed house was built by the Baroque architect Thomas Archer, and was originally named Russell House after its first owner Lord Russell, First Lord of the Admiralty. The building boasts an unrivalled position on King Street, with direct views over the iconic Covent Garden piazza, which was based upon the architecturally important Place des Vosges in Paris.
    • EPC Rating = E