Mayfair is situated on the Western edge of Hyde Park with its six hundred and twenty five acres of open space including Kensington Gardens. On the Eastern edge is the world famous shopping destination of Regents Street and to the north Oxford Street and to the south Piccadilly. Mayfair is probably the most exclusive part of Prime Central London with a myriad of world famous shops and boutiques. Mayfair also boasts some of the finest hotels in London and some of the best fine dining in the capitol with numerous Michelin stared restaurants.
Mayfair has always been a hugely popular international destination and attracts buyers from all over the globe, as well as from the UK. There is a diverse range of property available from a classic London pied a terre to the grand Mayfair mansions which host many a countries embassy as its neighbour. In recent years the transformation of commercial property back to residential has provided Mayfair with some outstanding apartment buildings with world class facilities.
The convenience of Mayfair has long been a draw, with its easy access into the West End's theatre district and Museums. Transport links to the City and Heathrow Airport are also easily accessed and the new cross rail station at Bond Street will provide an even greater service.
Mayfair is a truly iconic destination with a robust property market which attracts investors and owner occupiers alike. If you're looking for a place to live that's close to all the major attractions and amenities in central London, look no further than Mayfair.
Hamptons International has covered the Mayfair area for many years first establishing itself in 1890 with an office on Pall Mall and then moving to Arlington Street in the 1930's where it remained for 21 years.