- Wonderful Communal Courtyard Garden
- Fantastic West End Location
- The Sun Pub on Drury Lane
- Drop Wine on the corner
- The buzz of the nearby Hoxton Holborn
A charming one bedroom flat on the second floor of this classic Victorian block located between Drury Lane and Newton Street within the historic Seven Dials Conservation Area of Covent Garden.
Originally constructed in 1896 to house local artisans, the building takes it’s name from an historic mansion that once overlooked nearby Lincoln’s Inn Fields owned by William Herbert, the 1st Marquess of Powis. Residents of Powis House lovingly maintain the wonderful communal courtyard garden to the rear of the building.
Macklin Street itself is a quiet side street only moments from the hustle & bustle of Seven Dials and Covent Garden Piazza, with some of the West End’s best restaurants, fantastic retailers and of course world renowned London theatres literally on the doorstep.