41 Devonshire Place, W1

Tenure:
Freehold

Location:
London
Address:
41 Devonshire Pl, Marylebone, London W1G 6JY, UK

Area:
11,752 Sq ft

Property Details

41 Devonshire Place is a Grade II listed mixed use property with an internally connected coach house (21b Devonshire Street) to the west.

The property comprises 8,412 sq ft (781.5 sq m) NIA and is arranged over six storeys, including lower ground, ground and four upper floors in the main building, and ground and first floors in the coach house.

Access is via the main entrance on Devonshire Street, although the property benefits from multiple access points along Devonshire Street which are currently not in use but could be reinstated. Internally, the property retains a number of original period features, with the lower floors benefitting from generous floor to ceiling heights.

The property is currently vacant and would benefit from refurbishment. The lower ground floor was previously used for library, archive and display purposes, with the ground to third floors used as a mixture of offices, meeting rooms and archives. The first floor of the coach house and the fourth floor are configured as separate caretakers’ apartments.

The property benefits from excellent transport links with six underground stations all within 15 minutes’ walk, providing access to eight different lines. This will soon increase to nine underground lines with the forthcoming arrival of the new Elizabeth Line at Bond Street.

A number of mainline stations, including Paddington, Marylebone, Euston, King’s Cross and St Pancras, are all easily accessible providing various national and international rail links. The area is also served by numerous bus routes along Marylebone Road, Portland Place and Oxford Street.

The property falls within the London Borough of Westminster and is a Grade II listed building within the Harley Street Conservation Area.

The Property has historically provided D1 social and community use but also contains an element of C3 residential use on the upper floors. Interested parties should make their own enquiries.

Planning consent was granted in 2015 (now elapsed) for the demolition and rebuilding of the rear wing, including a single story excavation beneath the coach house with extensions at ground, first and second floor levels. The consent included the installation of a passenger lift within the main building.

The property is held Freehold (Registered title no. NGL903909) and is subject to a number of restrictions.

We would recommend that interested parties refer to the title deeds available on request.