Live like the iconic spy in the aptly title 0.07 apartment at Twenty Grosvenor Square, a Four Seasons Residence in Mayfair ..
Four Seasons Private Residences situated in Mayfair recently opened sales for its luxury residences at 20 Grosvenor Square, more than just a luxury property these apartments come steeped in history. Dwight D. Eisenhower set up his military headquarters here during the Second World War. Oscar Wilde lived there, and wrote the address into several of his books and the Bentley Boys even took over a corner of the square.
Developed by Squire & Partners and designed by Finchatton one such apartment pays homage to the captivating world of 007 and more importantly it’s located just 14-minutes away from M16 HQ! Apartment 0.07 is a luxurious and sophisticated 3-bedroom triplex development, spanning 5,863 square feet decorated with a rich palette throughout, while contrasting textures and finishes create exquisitely tailored spaces that are warm and inviting, it also boasts a double garage in the basement and an in-residence elevator for utmost privacy and ease in transition between each floor.
The unit is completely turnkey and all furnishings and custom elements are included such as the large pendant with brushed brass detailing designed by Lee Broom in the classical drawing room, the polished statuario marble fireplace, woven leather consoles, and a rug from Stark.
Soaring ceilings and double-heighted windows create a light and airy atmosphere and the choice of materials sees an unrivalled elegance in traditional craftsmanship.
The lower level holds three-bedrooms, including the master-bedroom with two dressing rooms and a master ensuite bathroom. The soft base palette of the master bedroom is layered with pink elements, complementing an upholstered headboard featuring an intricate mix of blue and grey tweed with leather piping. Down here, a second entrance leads from the double garage to a hallway adorned with bold geometric patterned taupe wallpaper, while dramatic up-lighting provides a palpable sense of arrival for guests.
The signature entertainment space is the games room, featuring a high gloss walnut chess board from Sir William Bentley, a full-sized pool table and a home entertainment system. The centrepiece of the space, however, is a lofty window adorned with Dedar red velvet curtains overlooking the double garage which has grey wool wallpaper in a men’s suit style pin stripe.
As the world’s first Four Seasons Private Residence, Twenty Grosvenor Square offers an impressive range of lifestyle amenities supported by the hotel brand, while there are no hotel suites or restaurants as part of the residential development residents still have all the privileges with access to a private wine cellar, an 18-seat cinema and a 25m swimming pool, there’s also a full suite of services including a 24-hour concierge, valet parking, housekeeping and building maintenance, all of which are manned by an onsite Director of Residence — the modern day Q!
Priced start from start at around £17.5 million, for more information visit: www.finchatton.com