Nestled in amongst the hustle and bustle of Mount Street’s renowned eateries and boutiques, and the serenity of Hyde Park’s green open plains, manicured gardens and calming fountains and lakes, 51 Mount Street is a highly coveted address. Designed in 1890 by John Evelyn Trollope, the Portland stone facade denotes and typifies the pedigree of the neighbourhood and the renovation by REDD.
Realised by REDD, in partnership with interior design studio Taylor Howes Designs, 51 Mount Street is a light-filled central London idyll. Fully turnkey, available with art which has been curated by Tanya Baxter Contemporary, the apartment is a highly-polished example of a REDD development.
Original Queen Anne and Jocobean revival architectural details, which manifest in south-facing bay windows and features, such as contrasting masonry, are complimented by the interior design by Taylor Howes Designs. With all the usual trappings of an address of this ilk, the apartment is accessible via lift, there’s also an on-site caretaker and if required access to REDD’s ongoing property management team, depending on requirements.
The interior design aesthetic of the near 1,500 sq ft apartment is comfortable-contemporary, with accent colours, calming neutrals in the bedrooms and statement fabric detailing that adds points of interest in spaces, such as the kitchen and living room. The fireplace, soft velvet furniture pieces and warm toned joinery creates a salon feel and immediately induces relaxation. The perfect bolthole-above from the busy streets of London.