A luxury development of 120 apartments in Baker Street London, all pre-sold. Of the apartments, 40 are social housing, occupied by Octavia Housing. In addition there are 100 car parking spaces. The development time is 31 months, with an end value of ?130 million. The development is on the World famous Baker Street in Marylebone, Central London. It is most famous for its
connection to the fictional Detective character Sherlock Holmes. Who lived at 221B Baker Street, an address that does not actually exist. The Street is served by London Underground’s Baker Street Tube station; next to the station, is Transport for London’s, Lost Property Office.Baker Street Tube Station was the World’s first Subway Station.
In its most luxurious development to date, Ability has restored 59 The
Bishops Avenue, to its former glory. The house, set in two acres of its
own private gardens, stretches to over 40,000 square feet. The Grade II
listed house,features 17 bedrooms and garaging for 10 cars. With outdoor
and indoor swimming pools, boasting loudspeakers embedded in the grounds
for garden parties and a Panic room. It is located on The Bishops Avenue