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Property of the Month: A lavish Mayfair apartment next door to Harry’s Bar

20 May 2024 | |By Kari Colmans

With chic and opulent interiors by Cartier’s global boutique designer, this fully furnished first-floor gem is the ultimate West End retreat

Located at one of Mayfair’s most exclusive addresses, this two-bedroom South Audley Street apartment boasts one of the most glamorous postcodes in the capital. Located next door to the famous Harry’s Bar, known for attracting the city’s wealthy and well heeled, its enviable interiors have been curated by jewellery brand Cartier’s bespoke boutique designer, Bruno Moinard.

Spanning 1,470 square feet, the fully-furnished two-bedroom gem is located on the first floor of an ornate red-brick building, dating from the Edwardian period. Grade II-listed, its instantly recognisable Franco-Flemish style is truly elegant and timeless: the ultimate W1 hideaway.

Just two doors down from long-time celebrity watering hole and royal hangout Harry’s Bar, you’ll certainly be in good company. And if that wasn’t enough, on the other side sits private members’ club, George, which has recently reopened after a brand-new extension and refurbishment. Famous for its high-profile art, dog-friendly ethos, and top-notch food, the sun-soaked street-side terrace is the perfect place to enjoy a tipple and nibbles just a few steps from home.

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With nearby green spaces such as Mount Street Gardens, and other notable local hotspots including the numerous Artfarm outposts, South Audley Street’s cool credentials are only going one way. And while it may be buzzing outside, fear not: the noise will be far from a buzz kill, as the luxurious pad has been totally soundproofed from any outside noise.

The impeccable design scheme, created by Paris-based Bruno Moinard, represents his signature look, which is defined by warm minimalism and timeless elegance.

The airy kitchen bay area, designed with floating glass fabric panels and light grey oak flooring, creates a charming kitchen/dining area around a white stone and bronze table with cream leather chairs. A spacious, more formal dining area has also been carved out of the living space, featuring materials such as silver brushed ebony and black glass, complementing a light dining suite, with walls covered in pale linen and soft grey oak flooring.

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The principal bedroom suite is a luxurious sanctuary, expertly balancing a clever mix of textures and textiles, from the soft fabric wall panelling, ebony and velvet headboard, and statement mink-coloured shagreen dressing table. The lavish ensuite bathroom, meanwhile, has been formed from Australian crystal-white stone with classic British Lefroy Brooks fittings, marking a vivid contrast when paired with the lustrous velvet and leather interior of the dressing room.

The second bedroom mixes brushed dark cedar flooring and furniture with light fabric-panelled walls, and is accompanied by a stunning ensuite shower room in Bleu de Savoie marble. Underfloor heating, air conditioning, Crestron controls and Bowers & Wilkins speakers add to the high-spec usability of the space, delivering on function, as well as form.

The regal apartment has been adorned with bespoke pieces, adding exquisite and exciting flourishes throughout. High-end Italian furniture maker Promemoria, which specialises in creating magical combinations in wood, glass, and metalwork, has created incredible bespoke pieces, which are even more striking against sculptural lights by Lindsey Adelman.

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In the living space, an ebony coffee table and tweed armchairs complement the bronze and grey Fossena stone fireplace and solid ebony and horsehair-panelled TV unit, with mellow bronze accents. The sleek kitchen is fitted with Gaggenau appliances and granite worktops, softened by interior-lit solid oak and bronze cabinetry.

Peter Wetherell, founder and executive chairman of Wetherell says: “This fully furnished two-bedroom apartment on South Audley Street, moments from Mount Street Gardens, sits at the epicentre of Mayfair’s new cultural, social, and gastronomic heartland, being transformed by new galleries, food emporiums and lavishly refurbished private members’ clubs and restaurants. With interior design by the maestro behind hundreds of Cartier boutiques across the world, it offers a seamless transition between jaw-dropping glamorous home and Mayfair’s ultimate social and artistic hot spots.” 

The apartment on South Audley Street is available to buy fully furnished for £6,500,000, visit

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