Mayfair estate agent launches six-figure 'luxury' student pad on Park Lane
Mayfair estate agent Wetherell have brought to market a ‘student pad’ apartment located on Park Lane for £895k.
The agent anticipates that the Park Lane apartment will offer not only a future investment opportunity due to its address, but also meet a growing demand for student accommodation.
The property was built in the 1960s to the designs of Irish architects Herbert Willis and William Kaula. The mansion block replaces seven separate homes, some of which were bombed during the Second World War.
Herbert Willis and William Kaula formed an architectural partnership in London from 1914 until 1938 and were involved in several architectural developments around the city, including the rebuilding of Grosvenor Square in 1926.
Situated close to the University of Westminster, Kings College London and Regents Park University, 12 Avenfield House comprises offers one master bedroom, a reception and dining area that opens out into a kitchen area and a bathroom.
In addition, the apartment features a 24-hour porter and lift services, as well as decor such as grey silk carpets, black marble work surfaces, grey marble tiles, and black quartz flooring.
Peter Wetherell, chief executive of Wetherell said: “This contemporary Avenfield House apartment offers the perfect space for a young student living in London.
“It will not only provide a great investment opportunity for parents, but also reassurance that their child will be living in Mayfair, an exceptionally safe neighbourhood, in close proximity to some of London’s top universities.
“We are seeing domestic and overseas buyers continue to invest in prime Mayfair properties for their studying children, with the priorities being a respected location, good transport links and stylish design.”
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