A magnificent Arts and Crafts house in an unrivalled historic location in central London with direct access into St James’ Park.
Drawing room and snug
Sitting room Study
Five double bedrooms
TWo Guest WCs
Twenty Old Queen Street is a Grade II listed freehold house, steeped in history, having been designed originally by F. W. Troup as a family home for Henry Gage Spicer of Spicers’ Paper. The current owners fully renovated the property in 2009 when it was sensitively refurbished to highlight the Arts and Crafts detail.
The house offers extensive accommodation with five double bedrooms, a large kitchen/breakfast room and a first floor drawing room with snug and views of St James’ Park from all six floors being of particular note. There is a light well that runs the entire height of the house which brings an abundance of natural light to all floors. There are various areas of outside space including a gated entrance portico, a terrace on the ground floor leading into a large shared garden and onwards to St James’s Park via a private gate and a large, decked roof terrace with a landmark studded skyline.
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