The glamorous and luxurious apartments from Walpole Mayfair, London



This is Walpole Mayfair. It’s a very beautiful Grade II listed building located in London, in the center of Mayfair and St. James. The building was originally created in the 18th century and it was the home of Britain’s first Prime Minister, Sir Robert Walpole. It has a lot of history behind it and it has been beautifully preserved.

The building has been restored by award-winning architectural interior design and development practice Oliver Burns. Inside it hides five exclusive residential apartments, all very luxurious and glamorous. During the renovation and restoration of the building, all the original details have been preserved. All the elements and details specific to that period have been reinstated and this beautiful historical residence has been brought back to life. All five apartments have opulent and sophisticated interior designs.

Each apartment has three en-suite bedrooms, a kitchen, a reception room and a dining room. They have been designed to fit the highest specifications and they are each unique. The apartments’ interior designs complement the traditional overall details of the building such as the furnishings and finishes. But while the architectural heritage of the building has been preserved, the structure also got a fresh new atmosphere. While the apartments on the lower floors are in sync with the traditional surroundings, those at the higher levels are a little more contemporary.


Published by in Apartments, on November 1st, 2012

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