Culross House is a one-of-a-kind property and the only new-build mansion in Mayfair, making the property truly unique.
Designed by the K10 Group, the property features an indoor swimming pool, spectacular health and fitness facilities, bespoke interiors, and plenty of formal rooms for entertaining guests. Culross House’s interiors are sophisticated, opulent and luxurious throughout.
With sumptuous finishes and bespoke interiors throughout the property, the home features an imposing entrance call, library, study, and kitchen. The main reception room, which features bespoke flooring, is almost 30' in length, and has been arranged to provide ample seating and sufficient space for up to twelve dinner guests. The room gives direct access to the beautifully landscaped, south-facing garden which offers privacy and seclusion.
On the first floor of the property, these are two master bedroom suites, with fully fitted dressing rooms and marble-finished bathrooms. On the second (top) floor of the house, there are three further bedroom suites, each designed in a unique style.
The property also features an entertainment room and bar, steam room, treatment room, staff living area and wine cellar. A lift services all floors.
In addition, there is a classically elegant and timeless bespoke kitchen featuring a seating area below a large skylight, providing the perfect family space for dining, relaxing and informal entertaining. The house benefits from a fully fitted gym, treatment room, swimming pool and an opulent bar and cinema area. Originally named Kings Street Mews, modern Culross Street runs between Park Lane and Park Street, linking Mayfair to Hyde Park.
The current site of Culross House at 25 Culross Street was originally occupied by the coach house for the head groom to the Capel family. Culross Street is perfectly located to enjoy all Mayfair has to offer, including the globally renowned Mount Street. With its boutique shops, art galleries, designer labels and café culture, Mayfair has risen as the prestigious, sophisticated and luxurious epicentre of cosmopolitan London.
Originally named Kings Street Mews, modern Culross Street runs between Park Lane and Park Street, linking Mayfair to Hyde Park. Culross Street is perfectly located to enjoy all Mayfair has to offer, including the amenities of Mount Street. With its boutique shops, art galleries, renowned restaurants, and café culture, Mayfair is known as the prestigious and luxurious epicentre of London.
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