D'Arblay Street is situated in Soho off Wardour Street, just south of Oxford Street. D'Arblay Street and the surrounding area was built in 1737, making it one of the oldest areas in London.
The house is superbly located for the world class restaurants, bars, and nightlife of Soho as well as the amenities of neighbouring Fitzrovia, Covent Garden and Mayfair.
There are underground stations at Oxford Circus (Central and Bakerloo lines) (0.3 miles) and Tottenham Court Road (Central and Northern lines, Crossrail) (0.3 miles). Please note all distances are approximate.
This wonderful 18th century home dating from 1741, boasts excellent proportions and includes charming original features from the time of its construction. The exposed wooden beams, paneling, exposed brick work and several fireplaces set the warmth and character of this rare original house. The accommodation is superb and provides enormous flexibility. There is a reception room on the ground floor which could also be used as an additional bedroom, a separate family room, kitchen/breakfast room, a dining room, four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The property further benefits from spa facilities with a sauna and steam room, a cellar, the rarity of outside space with a roof terrace, and the additional rarity of being a Freehold property in the heart of Soho.