The 7th and 8th floor penthouses have been designed with convenience and modern living in mind, with exceptional, open plan living areas and spacious bedroom suites. With both apartments offering stunning views across the capital, they represent a truly unique offering in this prized corner of London.
Located on a quiet street, adjacent to St James’s Park, 35 Old Queen Street is a late 19th Century building that sits within the Birdcage Walk Conservation Area. Beautifully crafted and impeccably curated, the property has been transformed into 16 individually designed apartments that combine traditional London architecture with elegant, contemporary design.
Behind the imposing facade lies a welcoming reception area for residents and guests alike. Finished to the highest specification, residents can also enjoy the amenities that include a fully equipped gym, yoga room and meeting room, all located on the lower ground floor.
Each apartment has been designed with the utmost attention to detail and features a contemporary yet warm palette of carefully selected woods and marbles. Taking inspiration from the heritage of the building, the ceilings and doors feature traditional mouldings and cornices, which create a grand yet inviting feel to each space.
35 Old Queen Street is perfectly placed to easily travel in and around London as well as across the UK. With both Westminster and St James’s Park underground stations less than 7 minutes walk away, access to London’s underground network and national mainline trains is quick and easy, with Gatwick, Heathrow and London City airport also less than an hour away.
London City Airport
St James’s Park is both the smallest and oldest Royal Park in London. It is surrounded by some of the capital’s most treasured landmarks including Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, St James’s Palace and the Houses of Parliament. Providing a tranquil setting, full of wildlife, elegant pathways and manicured gardens, this unique park has been at the centre of the country’s royal and ceremonial life for centuries and is the location of the much-celebrated Trooping of the Colour.
Whether seeking a Michelin starred dining experience, or a relaxed venue for brunch, St James and its neighbouring locals are home to some of the best places to eat and drink in London. With some of the most distinguished and respected food merchants also on the doorstep, residents at 35 Old Queen Street will be spoilt for choice.
High-quality education is important and some of the UK’s leading schools are located only a short distance from 35 Old Queen Street.
A sample of the most prominent local schools include:
— Eaton House, Belgravia and Clapham
A group of schools for boys and girls aged between 3 - 13 years old. Between 1.2 - 3.5 miles from 35 Old Queen Street.
— Hill House, Chelsea and Knightsbridge
An independent group of day schools for boys and girls aged 3 - 18 years old. Between 1.9 - 2.4 miles from 35 Old Queen Street.
— Garden House School, Chelsea
An independent day school for boys and girls aged 3 - 11 years old. Approx. 1.8 miles from 35 Old Queen Street.
— Westminster School, Westminster
An independent day and boarding school for boys aged 13-18 and girls aged 16-18. Approx. 0.4 miles from 35 Old Queen Street.
— Westminster Underschool, Westminster
An independent day school for boys aged 7-13 years. Approx. 0.8 miles from 35 Old Queen Street.