The OWO Residences by Raffles
The redevelopment of the Old War Office Building, a Grade II* listed building in Whitehall, London SW1, offers studios, 1, 2, 3 and 5-bedroom homes for sale.
The building is converted into a luxury Raffles Hotel and private residences to the designs of EPR Architects comprising 125 guest rooms and 85 apartments.
The OWO Residences by Raffles
The duplex, lateral and penthouse residences range in size from studios to 5-bedroom homes. Two spectacular turret residences are also for sale. Each residence is unique and specifically tailored to suit its location in the building.
The residences feature interiors created by design studio 1508 London with bespoke handcrafted kitchens from British brand Smallbone of Devizes, Waterworks brass ironmongery, and Onyx marble. Many incorporate original heritage features such as oak panelling and mosaic flooring. The unwavering attention to detail in each residence demonstrates the years of craftsmanship that have been applied to every aspect of the majestic building.
Homeowners will benefit from having all the facilities of a world-renowned hotel on their doorstep without having to compromise on the highest levels of privacy and seclusion within their home. The service synonymous with the prestigious Raffles brand - gracious and intuitive staff, personalised attention, and a timeless ambience - will be delivered seamlessly to the residents of The OWO and will set a new benchmark in London.
Raffles Hotels & Resorts is operating the 125-room and suite flagship hotel at The OWO, as well as the 85 branded residences.
The hotel interiors are being designed by New York-based designer Thierry Despont.
See more on Raffles London website.
About the developer
A development by 57 Whitehall Ltd - a joint venture between Hinduja Group and OHL Desarrollos.
Developer Hinduja Group is an international multi-billion turnover group founded in 1914 and passionately committed to the building since its acquisition in 2014. The company has worked with a team of experts including Historic England and Museum of London Archaeology.
The Grade II* Listed Old War Office Building was completed in 1906 and contains around 1,100 rooms across 7 floors, linked by more than 2 miles of corridors. It was home for the Imperial General Staff and was central to operations. The building was a focal point for military planning throughout the major conflicts of the 20th century, housing numerous secretaries of state, including Sir Winston Churchill.
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