1 Queen Anne’s Gate, which is in St James’ Park, has been regenerated by Aperture Group Management in collaboration with Linley design house and PDP London.
Chloe Shakesby

Historic London development regenerated into luxury living space

A London residential development has been transformed from a historic foreign secretary residence to 27 new apartments.

1 Queen Anne’s Gate, which is in St James’ Park, has been regenerated by Aperture Group Management in collaboration with Linley design house and PDP London.

The building was originally three separate townhouses, one constructed in 1776 and the other two in the 1850s, and from 1900 buildings served as the official London residence and adjacent offices for the British foreign secretary.

In 1930-1931 the townhouses were amalgamated and remodelled to create the current five storey Edwardian building, which later became multi-let offices.

The property will be marketed by Savills and Beauchamp Estates.

David Armstrong-Jones, founder of Linley, commented: “For 35 years our meticulous attention to detail has been unrivalled and we strive for superlative quality.

“We have designed every aspect of this project, from optimising layouts and arranging the living spaces, down to the finest details of the soft furnishings.”

Nina Coulter, head of London residential development at Savills, said: “1 Queen Anne’s Gate is one of the most prestigious luxury development launches in London this year.

“This grand heritage building, with its illustrious history, has been skillfully transformed to provide unique trophy homes designed through a special collaboration with Linley.”

Lateral apartments are priced from £1.67m up to £9.15m and duplexes priced from £3.35m to £5.25m.

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