We only take on refurbished and new homes with an exceptional standard of workmanship and we provide the highest level of after-care.
Curzon Street, Mayfair, W1
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A beautifully refurbished and furnished apartment available off-market. For further details please contact us directly.
The Cuvelo Promise
Home-buyers from around the world trust us because (unlike other agents) we take responsibility for the beautifully refurbished homes that we source, and we back this up with an exclusive Cuvelo one-year warranty*.
We only ever take on homes with an exceptional standard of workmanship, fittings and interior design, and we take pride in providing the highest level of after-care.
Mayfair distills the finer side of London into a square half mile – everything is best in class. Move into the neighbourhood, and your local wine merchant is Hedonism, your local brunch spot The Wolseley and your local gym an Equinox. Indeed, the streets are peppered with the best members clubs in town and, arguably, the world. You can’t miss the ever-buzzing new Annabel’s with its bold floral facade, but there are also the more prestigious haunts of 5 Hertford Street, Harry’s Bar and George. Then there’s the shopping; the flagships of Bond Street put destination retail right on your doorstep.
But that’s only one side of the story. The area also functions successfully as a practical, day-to-day place to live. There’s a Sainsbury’s and a Marks & Spencer in Mayfair, just as there is a host of small, independent businesses. These are scattered down side streets – the likes of friendly local favourite Le Petit Cafe, for instance, or the popular LebanEats shisha bar – and also hubbed around the Georgian enclave of Shepherd Market. Here you’ll find a number of low-key, curry houses, stationers and dry cleaners as well as a host of satisfyingly old fashioned pubs.
While Mayfair is bang in the centre of the capital – a 20 minute walk from Leicester Square one way and Knightsbridge the other – it has a more civilised pace of life. Green Park tube station is never as busy as Oxford Circus, getting you swiftly onto the Picaddily, Victoria or Jubilee line. What’s more, the neighbourhood offers a wealth of green spaces. Of course Hyde Park, Green Park and St. James’ Park are a stone’s throw away, but there are also hidden gems such as Mount Street Gardens. Dating back to 1889, this beautifully tended oasis is wonderfully full of bird life, making for a perfect place to sit down on a bench and enjoy a still moment of contemplation. We trust you won’t let the secret out.