Located in the historic St. James district, the Beau House offers easy access to Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, and a slew of other London staples. The building’s two-story Brummel Penthouse spans approximately 3,000 square feet, with an additional 1,000 square feet of outdoor space found on the rooftop terrace. Created by design studio Oliver Burns, the interiors incorporate soothing hues of navy blue, metallic, and gray. Custom chandeliers, marble and crystal pendant lights, stained oak herringbone floors, and oak panels add elegance to the posh pied-à-terre. Graphite gray oak cabinets, Gaggenau appliances, a marble island, and a wine cooler solidify the kitchen’s status as a culinary hub. The master suite includes a dressing room and a bathroom with a marble shower and countertops.
Outside, the tree-lined terrace is equipped with everything from an outdoor kitchen and six-person dining table to a television and fire pit. Equal parts charming and chic, the classically British abode is on the market for around $19 million. (beauhouselondon.com)