The OWO is not only a Grade II listed building with a long history, but also the place that inspired Ian Fleming to create James Bond.
As an "absolute landmark" of London, living here is undoubtedly a part of London's history. Before it became the old British War Office, this land was the site of the original Whitehall Palace, where King Henry VIII and other monarchs once lived Second-rate. Inspired by Edwardian architecture, The OWO's ceilings soar to 4.3 meters, floor-to-ceiling windows allow plenty of natural light into the majestic residence, and interior design is full of tradition and details, such as Smallbone of Devizes kitchen design, and oak paneling Slab mosaic floor. The project has a total of 85 sets, which were created by Raffles and many top designers. All owners enjoy super five-star hotel facilities and services. It is the choice of top rich people including Hinduja.