We handle some of the most unique and distinctive homes for sale throughout the Seven Dials neighbourhood, from studio flats to luxury penthouses, warehouse conversions, loft apartments, townhouses and new developments.
Our pick of the finest Seven Dials property for sale
This larger than average studio apartment is favourably located on the first floor of the smart characterful residential apartment block. The living space is well designed to create a separated sleeping area. The well designed kitchen has a modern feel and is open plan to the reception room.
Moments away from the hustle and bustle of Covent Garden, 13 Great Turnstile offers sanctuary in an unrivalled location on the fringes of Lincoln’s Inn Fields. This fantastic one bed apartment is found on the third floor of a well designed purpose built residential building. Wooden floors are found throughout the apartment. There is an open plan reception room which leads into a modern, well equipped kitchen area. There are floor to ceiling windows that slide back to provide access to a balcony.
Elisa Court is found on Chitty Street which situated just off Charlotte Street, one of the most sought after areas of Fitzrovia famous for its high quality restaurants and bars. This fantastic apartment is situated at the top of the building and benefits from a bright outlook.
An exceptionally well presented one bedroom the heart of Covent Garden. The property is located on the first floor and has a good size double bedroom with lots of natural light and plentiful storage. The modern open plan kitchen reception room has wood floors and large sash windows.
Presented in fantastic condition, this secluded apartment faces the buildings garden and features a separate well appointed and modern kitchen, good sized bathroom and double bedroom with plenty of storage. There is also a private balcony which is large enough for alfresco dining. The building is served by two passenger lifts and a 24 hour concierge, with secure parking under the building
Why Seven Dials?
Seven Dials and the surrounding area was developed in the early 1690’s by MP Thomas Neale. His original vision was to compete with the already established Covent Garden to attract affluent residents. However, by the early 1900’s much of the area was repurposed as warehousing for fruit and vegetables supplied to nearby Covent Garden Market, with many of the buildings designed in the attractive Dutch style and remaining to this day.
A Genuine Urban Village
Nowadays, Seven Dials has much more of a village feel closer to Neale’s original vision. An eclectic mix of cobbled streets, historic architecture, the buzzy enclave of Neal’s Yard, theatres such as the Donmar Warehouse, Seven Dial’s Market with its independent street food vendors, numerous coffee shops and the iconic sundial give the area a unique atmosphere making it a destination for food lovers and fashionistas from across the Capital.