Tufton Street, London SW1P 3QL, UK
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A unique 1930s Freehold house in historical Westminster.
Tufton Street is located between Great Peter Street and Horseferry Road.
A quiet and historic location, close to landmark locations including the Houses of Parliament and Smith Square, as well as being convenient for the internationally renowned Westminster School, and of course Westminster Abbey.
As a residential destination Westminster has always been synonymous with history, culture and politics, but with the completion of significant redevelopment around Victoria it is fast becoming a recognised destination for fashion, arts, food and fine dining. From an array of independent cafes and bistros, quintessential 'local Italian restaurants' and Michelin star establishments from chefs including A Wong, Michel Roux Jnr, Tom Kerridge, Jason Atherton and Vivek Singh, there is no question that this is a location that offers a thriving environment to have a home in central London.
Local parklands include St James's Park and the Victoria Tower Gardens at Millbank; This is also an area serviced well by public transport, with mainline national rail services including the Gatwick Express at Victoria station, and underground services for the Jubilee Line (Westminster) and District and Circle Line (St James's Park) all convenient.
Tufton Street and its immediate locality actually lays within the historic Isle of Thorns which is a holy island in homage to Edward the Confessor. There remains a very strong sense of community and protection towards this historic neighborhood.
Built in the 1930s, No.37 Tufton Street is mentioned in Nickolaus Pevsner’s Architectural Guides:
Buildings of England as the closest Westminster came to a full-blooded interwar Modern Movement
house. The site was sold by the University Mission Trust in 1933 to Fruin Bravington the architect and
artist who designed several houses in Tufton Street.
On the ground floor it boasts a garage, kitchen, dining room, courtyard and bedroom that could be used as an office space.
On the first floor there is the reception, principal bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom.
The second floor has two further bedrooms, a bathroom and a terrace that leads to a roof terrace.
Square Footage: 1495 sq ft