Four Mayfair Character Homes Currently on the Market

Flat 3, 25 North Audley Street, W1K 6WS
4 Bedroom Flat
£6,850,000 || 2,322sqft || £2950psf


This triplex apartment is set on the top three floors of the building and benefits from direct lift access. It benefits from four bedrooms including a 400sqft master suite with a private Balcony and build-in wardrobe. Notable original features comprise wood panelling, working fire places and intricate cornicing. The asking price was reduced from £7.25m to £6.85m in September last year, representing a 5.5% discount. North Audley Street leads from Grosvenor Square to Oxford Street, and the property is situated less than a minute’s walk from the iconic Selfridges department store.

23 Charles Street, W1J 5DT
6 Bedroom House
£19,950,000 || 7,488sqft || £2664psf


This elegant period townhouse hosts 6 reception rooms and 6 bedrooms, one of which is situated in an interconnected mews property. It is 7,488 sqft and the rear on Hays Mews provides garage space for two cars. Other features include 4 guest cloakrooms and a top floor study which opens onto one of the building’s two terraces. The house is air conditioned and resides on Charles Street, which runs from Berkeley Square. It lies next door to 22 Charles Street which housed H.R.H. The Duke of Clarence in 1826, before he later became King William IV.

28-30 Bourdon Street, W1K 3PN
6 Bedroom House
£16,750,000 || 5,788sqft || £2894psf


This 6-bedroom home is actually made up of three adjacent houses, which have been joined together behind the original facade – making it the widest house in Mayfair at 53ft. Contemporary features from the extensive refurbishment include a swimming pool, gym, steam room and garage in addition to two reception rooms. Bourdon Street runs off Davies Street and parallel to Bruton Place, home to contemporary tailors Thom Sweeney and Timothy Everest. It was home to photographer Terence Donovan from 1978 until his death in 1996.

Flat 1, 4 Mount Street W1K 3ND
3 Bedroom Flat
£6,750,000 || 1,770sqft || £3814psf


This three bedroom apartment has been recently refurbished and spans over 1,770sqft, with potential to convert the third bedroom into a study space. The drawing room features high ceilings, a substantial marble fireplace and oak herringbone floors, in addition to four large windows overlooking Mount Street’s terracotta buildings. Mount Street connects Berkeley Square with Park Lane, and has recently become known for the range of designer boutiques including Marc Jacobs, Christian Louboutin, Dior, Céline, Lanvin and Balenciaga.