Take-away from Le Caprice is a serious perk, and it’s not the only one that comes with living at Park Place Residences in St James’s…
Fast-living foodies moving into the development at No. 5 Park Place will be able to enjoy special home delivery options from select neighbouring high-end restaurants, including Le Caprice – once the favourite restaurant of Princess Diana – which will also offer preferential daily table bookings for lunch and dinner.
Other fine-dining delivery options include Lebanese food from Maroush on Vere Street, Bangkok fare from Rosa’s Thai Café, Middle-Eastern fine dining from Arma on Dean Street, and deliciousness by celebrated chef Yotam Ottolenghi from Nopi – all delivering freshly-cooked to the development.
And why settle for anything less than The Penthouse? Available as a fully-furnished turnkey opportunity, the four-bedroom triplex overlooks St James’s towards The Ritz, and provides 3,405 sq ft of immaculately designed living space that makes the most of the restored Art Deco building’s original ornate features.
The top floor offers a plush lounge with floor-to-ceiling alcove windows and doors leading onto a private roof terrace with panoramic views over London.
The middle floor provides three guest bedroom suites with en suite bathrooms and a capacious master bedroom suite with an adjoining dressing area, as well as two private terraces accessed from the bedroom and en suite.
‘The property has extensive entertaining space, natural light and private terraces on all three floors’
On the bottom floor is an elegant reception room complete with a Tom Kirk chandelier and feature bay windows on either side of the room. There is also a study/library, a private games room and a dining room with a 10-seater table.
The adjoining kitchen is designed by Molteni & C, with integrated Gaggenau appliances and a large marble-topped Madreperola Taj Mahal dining island.
The Penthouse is available to let for £5,750 per week with Wetherell. For further information call 020 7529 5588 or see wetherell.co.uk
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