This mews house on Mayfair’s Bourdon Street is cool, contemporary and comes complete with its own gallery space, making it the ideal buy for art lovers

It’s no secret that mews houses are the hidden gems of London’s property market, but there aren’t many quite as unique as this.

Mayfair’s coolest mews at 36 Bourdon Street is currently on the market with Rokstone for £4.25 million. Measuring 1,522 sq. ft., the three bedroom mews house has been cleverly refurbished with split level living, glass walls and varying floor levels.

However, the modern design and W1 location aren’t the only attractions. Created with white walls and flooring, this property is a ready-made blank canvas for artists who are looking to display their work, or make a space their own. There is even a recessed display cabinet, complete with LED lighting sunken into the floor, which can house artwork or sculptures. (Alternatively, this area doubles-up as a garage with room for a small car!)

The three bedrooms, each with ensuite bathrooms, can be found on the first floor, which also includes a private terrace. The top floor incorporates a generous open plan living space with a white handleless kitchen and separate dining area. The apartment features wood flooring, air conditioning and Lutron lighting throughout.

Numbers 8-38 are considered the most attractive group of buildings on the street. They date back to the last decade of the 19th century and were designed by Jonathan Andrews of Mount Street. 

Step inside this multi-million pound Mayfair property below:


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