Take a look at pics of The Mellier in Mayfair
The Mellier in Mayfair, a luxury residential apartment complex, boasts “London’s largest flats” for having the largest room dimensions and highest ceilings of any new apartment development in central London, according to developer Glebe.
The ceilings of the three-bedroom apartments reach up to 3.5m (11.5ft) and the bedrooms are 6.5m by 5.3m in size.
According to Glebe, the apartments at The Mellier are the “equivalent of extremely large five bedroom flats”.
The building has a bit of a history – In 1908, it became a showroom for Lancia motorcars. From 1920 it became the headquarters of Lendrum & Hartman, luxury motorcar dealers for Buick and Cadillac.
In 2011, Glebe bought the building to convert it into luxury homes. The entrance foyer, interior layouts and the rear façade have been designed by Eric Parry Architects and Sally Mackereth of Studio Mackereth has done the interior design.
David Phillips, chief executive of Glebe said: “The lateral residences at The Mellier have the tallest ceilings and largest room dimensions of any new London apartment scheme currently on the market. The sophisticated contemporary ambience, the fine attention to every little detail and the unparalleled quality of the specification combine with the exceptional living spaces to deliver the most outstanding homes in London.”