Mayfair-based developer Angle Property has reported a brisk trade in its new scheme on Buckingham Street, Covent Garden, with all four of the Linley-designed one-bedroom units going for full asking price within the first four weeks of launch.
Apparently there’s also a number of “disappointed” back up buyers ready to step in should any of the current purchasers “not perform”.
All four units released so far at Nineteen Buckingham Street have sold for £995,000 (asking price).
James Good, Director of Angle Property: “We are delighted at the level of interest shown in Nineteen Buckingham Street. Buyers from eh UK and abroad appreciate the fastidious refurbishment programme created by Linley Interior Design Company in a beautiful Grade II* listed Georgian building. Nineteen Buckingham Street is a hidden gem and one of the most exciting and exclusive new residential addresses in central London – on a quiet no-through road nestled between the Strand and Victoria Embankment Gardens”
Lucy York-Long of prime London agency VanHan, which is also selling the apartments: “Nineteen Buckingham Street is set to be the most exclusive residential development in Covent Garden and with just eleven apartments being developed it is truly rare. WC2 ic clearly an area set for further growth in values with superb infrastructure and services as well as London’s finest cultural offerings and nightlife. Nineteen is a unique development with period features and is designed inside for twenty-first century living, creating an exceptional London lifestyle opportunity”.