Four Seasons Apartments Are Coming


If you've ever checked out of a luxury hotel and thought "I wish I could just livehere," well, you're in luck. Four Seasons has announced its first-ever standalone branded "residences," set to debut next year in London's Mayfair neighborhood.

 

 

In order to get your hands on one, prepare to shell out. The three-, four- and five-bedroom residences will start at £17.5M (that's roughly $23.7M) and will go up to £35M (around $47.3M). Real estate agency Knight Frank will oversee sales.

It's a pretty big deal for the Toronto-based hotel company. While Four Seasons has been in the branded residential business for three decades, Twenty Grosvenor Square represents the company's first residential project that is not attached to a hotel.

Though we don't yet know when they'll become available, here's what we do know: These apartments are going to be seriously luxurious. Take a look inside below.

 

Much like hotel guests, owners will have access to Four Seasons amenities.

 

They include: in-residence dining, a concierge, housekeeping, event planning, childcare, a cinema, wine cellar and private landscaped gardens.

 

The 37-unit development will be located at Twenty Grosvenor Square in the heart of Mayfair.

 

 

Twenty Grosvenor Square has a rich history.

 

It once served as a home base for U.S. Naval Forces — including General Dwight Eisenhower — during WWII. 

 

The development will have three-, four-, and five-bedroom apartments for sale.

 

Features will include high ceilings, separate staff entrances, media rooms and classical drawing rooms.

 

There will also be an on-site salon and spa with an 82-foot pool, a steam room and sauna, and fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment.

 

 

And there's more. Owners will reportedly have a chauffeured Bentley available, as well as a Sotheby's art expert to help oversee their art collections.

 

 

Interiors were conceived by the London-based design and development firm Finchatton.

 

 

From: Town & Country

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