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PROPERTY FEATURES
  • Five bedrooms
  • Five bathrooms (two en-suite)
  • Split over 6 floors
  • Five reception rooms
  • Two kitchens
  • Furnishing optional
  • Grade II listed
  • Newly refurbished
  • Moments from Charing Cross and Embankment stations
  • Available immediately
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Short Let – Dating back to the 1700’s, this Grade II listed townhouse, once the home of Herman Melville, writer of the infamous Moby Dick is a rare opportunity to rent a piece of British history
  • Boasting an English Heratige Blue Plaque, the house extends to over 4,500 sq ft and has a fabulous roof terrace
  • The townhouse has been refurbished to an incredible standard throughout, and is laid out as a five bedroom house; with five bathrooms and further cloakroom; a dressing room; a library; a stunning music room; reception room; dining room; two kitchens; a large family room/study and a fully functional basement floor The rooms are very flexible and could be adapted according to needs and taste With large sash windows on three sides of the house, views of the River Thames and The London Eye it is full of light, character and space The building is unique to the street, having a fabulous central fireplace dominating each floor Craven Street is among the most coveted addresses in the West End and perfectly positioned on the edge of the idyllic Victoria Embankment Gardens whist still being less than a ten minute walk from the vibrancy of Covent Garden, Piccadilly and Soho The surrounding areas boast world renowned restaurants, popular eateries and watering holes, famous theatres and boutique shops There are excellent transport links with Charing Cross (01 miles), Embankment (02 miles) and Leicester Square (04 miles) all within close walking distance and numerous bus routes from the Strand Four bedrooms, five receptions, five bathrooms, two kitchens, quiet central location, Freehold house, six floors, roof terrace, cloakroom, dressing room, study, library, basement, sash windows, period building
  • Approximately 415 sq m (4,464 sq ft)
  • Available immediately, furnishing optional, 1 to 3 year contract, straight or with a minimum 6 months mutual break clause as negotia

    Short Let – Dating back to the 1700’s, this Grade II listed townhouse, once the home of Herman Melville, writer of the infamous Moby Dick is a rare opportunity to rent a piece of British history
  • Boasting an English Heratige Blue Plaque, the house extends to over 4,500 sq ft and has a fabulous roof terrace
  • The townhouse has been refurbished to an incredible standard throughout, and is laid out as a five bedroom house; with five bathrooms and further cloakroom; a dressing room; a library; a stunning music room; reception room; dining room; two kitchens; a large family room/study and a fully functional basement floor The rooms are very flexible and could be adapted according to needs and taste With large sash windows on three sides of the house, views of the River Thames and The London Eye it is full of light, character and space The building is unique to the street, having a fabulous central fireplace dominating each floor Craven Street is among the most coveted addresses in the West End and perfectly positioned on the edge of the idyllic Victoria Embankment Gardens whist still being less than a ten minute walk from the vibrancy of Covent Garden, Piccadilly and Soho The surrounding areas boast world renowned restaurants, popular eateries and watering holes, famous theatres and boutique shops There are excellent transport links with Charing Cross (01 miles), Embankment (02 miles) and Leicester Square (04 miles) all within close walking distance and numerous bus routes from the Strand Four bedrooms, five receptions, five bathrooms, two kitchens, quiet central location, Freehold house, six floors, roof terrace, cloakroom, dressing room, study, library, basement, sash windows, period building
  • Approximately 415 sq m (4,464 sq ft)
  • Available immediately, furnishing optional, 1 to 3 year contract, straight or with a minimum 6 months mutual break clause as negotiated

    Council tax band H

    For information regarding all fees and charges please refer to our ‘Fees’ page in the Lettings section of our website

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