- Fantastic Natural Light
- Beautiful Period Features
- A Rare Original Piazza Home
- Handy for The Ivy Market Grill
- Covent Garden’s Hippest Street
Situated in the very heart of London’s vibrant West End, 4 Henrietta Street is a classic stucco fronted Grade II listed Georgian building dating from circa 1780. Located on Covent Garden’s iconic Piazza and just stone’s throw from the iconic Royal Opera House, there are a plethora of truly world class shopping, dining, leisure & cultural opportunities literally on the doorstep.
Arranged over the second & third floors, this well proportioned split-level apartment features a generous main living space on the lower floor with original hardwood floors, a period fireplace and three handsome Georgian sash windows providing fantastic natural light and uninterrupted views across Covent Garden’s world famous Piazza.
Full of character and period charm, traditional finishes and beautiful period details feature in every room throughout this unique and characterful home that offers classically proportioned spaces and a rare opportunity to live in the very heart of London’s cultural centre.
A spacious, well appointed kitchen is situated to the rear of the lower floor, perfect for the enthusiastic home cook, featuring another beautiful period fireplace, central island unit with integrated wine fridge, modern integrated appliances and a handsome freestanding stainless steel range.
The principal bedroom faces front with three attractive Georgian sash windows and another period fireplace. A raised deck allows uninterrupted views across the Covent Garden rooftops from the comfort of bed, perfect for lazy weekend mornings. A well proportioned second/guest bedroom is located to the rear of the upper floor featuring yet another handsome period fireplace. A separate study is situated off the main staircase, ideal for home or flexible working.
One of London’s most popular and recognisable landmarks and designed by renowned architect Inigo Jones in the mid-1600’s at the request of the 4th Earl of Bedford, Covent Garden’s Piazza and the surrounding buildings were created in a classical architectural style synonymous with Italy’s great cities, with St. Paul’s Church (nowadays commonly known as the Actor’s Church) and its handsome portico as the centrepiece.
London’s first formal square was originally conceived as a residential area to attract wealthy tenants, and through extensive investment & development in recent years the Piazza has once again become a desirable and genuinely world class residential address.
Being located in the very heart of London, residents are perfectly positioned to travel and explore on foot. The West End, Mayfair, the South Bank, River Thames and many of London’s wonderful parks and open spaces are within easy reach, as well as the City of London and some of London’s top educational institutions such as Kings College, University College London and the London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE).