Real Estate News December 6, 2023

Video Of The Week: An Elegant Grade II* Listed Residence In London, England

London, England | United Kingdom Sotheby’s International Realty

Featuring curated videos from the most sought-after destinations the world over, discover this week’s Video of the Week

33 Portland Place is one of the largest and most remarkable houses in central London. Unfolding over approximately 20,987 square feet, the property incorporates the rear mews house with all floors serviced by a lift. Originally built in 1775 by the renowned Robert Adam, the Grade II* listed property marries rich history with contemporary luxury, setting a new standard for quality and style and has acted as a film set for The King’s Speech, Kate Moss and Amy Winehouse.

Newly renovated by interior designer 1508 and offered in turn-key fashion, the interiors blend meticulous craftsmanship with a creative reimagining of the grand spaces, resulting in a classic, timeless aesthetic. Bespoke joinery, beautiful marble, hand-painted wallpapers, and artisanal chandeliers complement beautifully preserved period details.

For almost 250 years, No.33 Portland Place has played host to notable residents, aristocrats, and celebrities. From military engineer John Montresor in 1779 to the 4th Earl of Abergavenny and his pioneering daughters, ‘The Trio,’ this house has woven itself into London’s historical tapestry.

Located on an unusually wide boulevard, 33 Portland Place offers a grandeur and spaciousness rarely found in the city of London. In the heart of it all, the residence boasts the best of both worlds, with the verdant expanse of Regent’s Park and the world-class dining and unparalleled shopping of the West End just a stone’s throw away. Also within a short walk is the sought-after Marylebone High Street, famed for its boutique stores, artisanal cafes, and timeless charm. This coveted address allows you to enjoy and be a part of the very best that London has to offer.

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