The new James Bond may be announced sooner than we think, as this franchise-inspired apartment in the exclusive Grosvenor Square is on the market, starting from £17.5 million.
The residence, which was designed by the luxury interior company, Finchatton, is a 5,863 square foot shrine to Ian Fleming’s protagonist, with a decor that worships vintage filmography and fictional espionage- from the artwork to the martini glasses.
Owned by the Four Seasons, this three-story apartment is one of the stand-alone residences which is for sale at 20 Grosvenor Square, amid one of London’s most fashionable neighborhoods. Across its three floors is a galley kitchen, a spacious open-plan living space, three bedrooms, and an ensuite bathroom, where you can unwind and binge James Bond, obviously.
Each room pays tribute to the quintessential icon of the silver screen, with notable features including a statement pool table, leather and tweed interiors, and an abundance of cocktail equipment on its marble-topped bar, where you can shake up those classic vodka martinis.
If you can ever bring yourself to leave the aptly named Apartment 0.07, you can indulge in the exquisite grandeur of the Four Seasons-owned development, which includes access to a 25-meter swimming pool, library, private wine cellar, and a pass to a courtyard, for a slice of serenity in the capital.
The residence also has a cinema room, where there is no prize for guessing which film franchise is in the highest demand.
The apartment also comes with a double garage in the basement, that will keep your Aston Martin sheltered from Mayfair’s rain clouds. From the garage, you have access to an elevator, meaning your apartment remains exclusively for your eyes only.
What can we say, but, we've been expecting you, Mr. Bond (fans).
Want to discover more of Mayfair? Take a look inside this exquisite Mayfair apartment, originally designed by Faye Toogood.
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