Found within a Grade II listed building built in the 1670’s, the property recently underwent a dramatic transformation that brought it in line with modern day living. Works included a complete renovation and restoration of the property’s original historic features. Extending over four floors, accommodations include a principal suite, two en-suite double bedrooms, loft, reception and formal dining room, and a secret roof terrace. Elegantly designed, black and chrome detailing provide a contemporary feel whilst maintaining charm and blending seamlessly with the historic panelling and cornicing throughout. Flooded with natural light, the reception room features two large front facing windows and is adjacent to the formal dining room. High ceilings create an airy ambience and a sense of space and volume. The principal bedroom occupies the entire third floor; meticulously designed to the highest specification with an en-suite bathroom and dressing room. The two additional bedrooms occupy the second floor. A secluded roof terrace, just off the kitchen on the first floor, includes bamboos plants, box hedges, and dark wood trellises. Additional features include Gaggenau kitchen appliances, Sonos Music system, integrated technology home controls, video / audio door entry system, Lutron lighting, air conditioning, and original gas fireplaces. Carlisle Street is a quiet cul de sac which is discreetly tucked away between Dean and Wardour Street. Located in one of Central London’s most exciting, unique and fashionable areas, you are within ten minutes from four underground stations and five minutes 5 minutes from Carnaby, Regent, and Oxford Streets. Packed with beautiful hotels, restaurants, bars, and private members clubs - the nightlife choices are endless. By day, Soho provides an abundance of cute coffee shops and shopping venues. Around the corner from Soho Square, one of London’s most prestigious locations since the 17th Century, is now home to some of the most established global film and record companies.