Culross House is a newly built townhouse-mansion which consists of the transformation of the site of the Coach House of the Earls of Essex, into a new 8,051 sq ft (747.99 sqn.) five-bedroom ambassadorial house, complete with cinema/club room, swimming pool, spa complex and private rear garden.
Culross Street runs between Park Street and Park Lane and is a wider than average road with a blend of architectural styles of mainly residential houses. Running across Park Street, Culross Street continues up to the rear of the Grade II Listed American Embassy, soon to be transformed into a 7-star hotel The Chancery Rosewood. At the Park Lane end of Culross Street and obliquely opposite is the Grade II* Listed Dudley House, which dates back to the mid 1700s.
The site at No. 25 was originally occupied by the coach house for the head groom to the Capel family, the Earls of Essex, whose London townhouse was on Upper Grosvenor Street.
In 1814 the house became the property of Sir Thomas Stepney, a wealthy industrialist. In 1929 the Stepney family had the coach house converted by architect Ernest G. Cole into a bijou brick fronted house, which was let to a local businessman who had a shop on Mount Street.
2021 - The building was featured in Channel 5 TV series ‘Posh Sleepover‘ (2021).
- 27 Culross Street W
- 23 Culross Street E
- 20 Upper Grosvenor Street S
- 32 Culross Street N across Culross Street
- 30 Culross Street N across Culross Street
Site & Location
Let for a record deal of £1.55 million per year
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