Barton Street Westminster SW1P
- 5 Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- 4 Reception rooms
- Roof Terrace
A delighted Grade II Listed five-bedroom house arranged over five floors with two terraces.
The property was built circa 1722 and is believed to be the oldest former public house building still standing in Westminster. An English Heritage blue plaque was erected in 1995 which reads: LORD REITH 1889-1971 First Director General of the BBC lived here 1924-1930.
Barton Street is at the very heart of the British Establishment and is considered one of the best-preserved streets in London.
The Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey are a short distance away, as well as the green open spaces of Victoria Tower Gardens, Parliament Square and St. James’s Park. Nearby transportation links include St. James’s Park Underground Station, Westminster Underground Station and London Victoria Mainline Station.
Historical Period Property
Four Reception Rooms
Self Contained Flat Comprsing:
Bedroom, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Bathroom
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