- Wonderful period features
- An abundance of character
- Fantastic entertaining space
- Discreet location in the heart of London’s West End
- Private patio garden
The historic former rectory of St. Paul’s Church, completed in 1860 and designed by architect William Butterfield, is unique in many ways and one of only a handful of complete houses in Covent Garden. This breathtaking piece of Victorian architecture in the gothic style has an abundance of character & charm, yet offers bright and well proportioned accommodation with a specification fitting of 21st Century living.
This wonderful house (yes, a HOUSE in Covent Garden!) offers over 3100sqft of flexible accommodation over the lower ground to third floors and would perfectly suit a family seeking a unique home in the heart of London’s West End. Located within Theatreland and in close proximity to the River Thames, Southbank and of course the city’s legal district around Lincoln’s Inn, the property has been fully renovated and is furnished and decorated to a high standard.
Generous reception hall, twin drawing rooms on the ground floor, 3 guest WC (on lower, ground and top floors), basement with modern kitchen featuring Gaggenau appliances, separate dining room, utility room, first floor library, guest bedroom, master bedroom with en-suite & dressing room, two further guest bedrooms & family bathroom, study. To the rear there is a private courtyard garden.
For information regarding all fees and charges please refer to our ‘Fees’ page in the Lettings section of our website