In early 2011, Sir John Beckwith and Pacific Investments first recognised the unique potential that this project could offer.

Drawing on the expertise of a team of highly talented and skilled partners they undertook to nurture, restore and define the space.

Meticulous planning and scrupulous attention to detail has resulted in this breathtaking apartment which bears testament to the vision and creativity of the team.

Situated in the heart of London’s prestigious Knightsbridge area in a building steeped in history, the residence consists of an amalgamation of four first floor apartments into one stunning abode. The front quarters of the apartment enjoy panoramic views over Lennox Gardens, formerly home to the esteemed Prince’s Cricket Ground in the 19th Century, now an exclusive garden of mature trees and shrubs - a tranquil apartment allowing respite from the bustling city.

This Queen Anne-style architectural gem was restored into a classically palatial, yet modern apartment that continues to push the boundaries of design in keeping with the original conception of the building, which once challenged its neighbouring streets with its ground-breaking urban style. Drawing inspiration from the best of European design, the property has retained its inherent elegance and refinement and pays tribute to its original features. It has been transformed into a visually stunning residence with a visionary use of lateral space, heightened by natural light.