This exquisite five-bedroom, five-bathroom Georgian townhouse benefits from an exceptional roof terrace with views of The Thames and The London Eye. Offering flexible accommodation over six floors, with multiple reception rooms and grand proportions, the house is located on Craven Street, just moments from some of London’s most iconic landmarks, including Trafalgar Square and Big Ben. Built in 1792, the house has a blue plaque to commemorate its former author resident, Herman Melville, who apparently wrote Moby Dick while living at the property.
Craven Street stands as one of the most sought-after addresses in the West End, strategically located on the outskirts of the picturesque Victoria Embankment Gardens. The property is conveniently less than a ten-minute stroll from the lively districts of Covent Garden, Piccadilly, and Soho.
Surrounding areas boast internationally acclaimed restaurants, popular eateries, and notable bars, along with renowned theatres and boutique shops. Excellent transportation options are available, with Charing Cross (0.1 miles), Embankment (0.2 miles), and Leicester Square (0.4 miles) Underground Stations all within easy walking distance, complemented by numerous bus routes from the Strand.