You can rent Mayfair’s finest pad, it will only set you back £30k per month


Wetherell are launching Mayfair’s most luxurious and exclusive lettings opportunity with the release of the first openly marketed 1,593 sqft two bedroom dressed residence, with interiors by Martin Kemp Design, available to let in Clarges Mayfair, the new ultra-prime address which is Mayfair’s answer to ‘One Hyde Park’.

Arguably the finest residence ever released onto the Mayfair lettings market, Apartment 3.05 in Clarges Mayfair has stunning interiors which are a fusion of contemporary and Art Deco influences with seven Juliet balconies, for every principal room, with features including a spacious entrance hall, dual aspect double-volume reception room with four balconies, a designer kitchen and two VIP bedroom suites.

Clarges Mayfair is said to be home to more billionaires, millionaires and celebrities than any other new apartment development in London. Alongside the rich and famous, the privileged tenant of Apartment 3.05 will have access to the world-class amenities of Clarges Mayfair, offering luxury and service matching a 5-star hotel with facilities including a swimming pool, spa, cinema, conference/entertaining facilities and hotel-style concierge and porter.

Designed by architects Squire & Partners, who have worked on Buckingham Palace, Clarges Mayfair overlooks Green Park and is Mayfair’s answer to ‘One Hyde Park’. Complete with three basement levels, the nine storey Portland stone façade has hand-carved stone columns, floor-to-ceiling windows and bronze balconies and contains 34 residences with interior design by award winning Martin Kemp Designs the design house specialising in ultra-prime residences, private jets and super-yachts with clients including Tom Ford, Roman Abramovich and Rolls Royce.

Clarges Mayfair has the luxury of its own exclusive access boulevard – Ashburton Place – the first new registered postcode address to be designated in Mayfair for 20 years. Ashburton Place is named after the Ashburton family, who were bestowed a Baronet and were prominent Mayfair landowners in the 19th century, owning Bath House in Piccadilly, the long demolished mansion occupying a site close to the new Clarges Mayfair.

Glass doors from the sweeping driveway open onto the Art Deco inspired reception, with 24 hour concierge and sculpture by Yasemen Hussein, and the grand hall, a 60 foot high (18m) atrium which rises from the lower ground floor to the top of the building.

The atrium is surmounted by ‘Amaranthyne’, a spectacular dome lighting sculpture shining down from the ceiling, reminiscent of the architecture of the historic aristocratic houses in Mayfair.

Passenger lifts offer high-speed access to the residences on the upper floors with the lifts and a grand Art Deco style staircase in the atrium leading to the leisure and entertaining amenities on the lower ground and basement floors.

There is a resident’s lounge on the lower ground floor, with the dramatic 60 ft high atrium above. Full height statement doors and ornate Deco inspired corridors give access to the amenity facilities which include The English Spa at Clarges Mayfair which has a fully-equipped fitness suite/gymnasium and the 82 foot (25m) long swimming pool, with cabanas at one end and the hydrotherapy pool/spa at the other. There are four private treatment rooms, a dedicated female sauna and steam room; and a further shared male and female sauna and steam area.