Estate Agents in
Mayfair

Mayfair & the surrounding areas

A: 53 Davies Street
Mayfair, London W1K 5JH

T: +44 (0)20 3993 4940

OPENING HOURS:

Monday to Friday 9.00am – 6.30pm
Saturdays Closed
Sundays Closed

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Robert Holmes & Company is an independent estate agent based in Mayfair that has been specialising in the sale and letting of high value homes in some of the most exclusive areas of London since 1968.

Whether you are a vendor, buyer, landlord or tenant, Robert Holmes’ knowledge of the prestige homes market in Mayfair and the surrounding area can help you fulfil your property aspirations.

We opened our Mayfair office after establishing an enviable reputation among property buyers and sellers in and around Wimbledon Village. We provide a boutique-style tailored service to buyers, vendors, landlords and tenants that not only maximises the value of homes in the Mayfair area but takes all of the stress out of finding a prime property to set up home in.

Mr & Mrs B. Gillingham

A very professional and Knowledgeable team. They make you feel they genuinely care about the business and our house. Always return calls promptly and efficiently and would chase up on your behalf. I can’t recommend them enough for either the sale of your house or the purchase of one.

Sales

ADDRESS:

53 Davies Street
Mayfair, London W1K 5JH

TELEPHONE:

+44 (0)20 3993 4940

EMAIL:

sales@robertholmes.co.uk

Lettings

ADDRESS:

53 Davies Street
Mayfair, London W1K 5JH

TELEPHONE:

+44 (0)20 3993 4940

EMAIL:

lettings@robertholmes.co.uk

OPENING HOURS:

Monday to Friday 9.00am – 6.30pm
Saturdays Closed
Sundays Closed

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The service that you offered us was both prompt and courteous, with a very professional attitude.  In the same manner as when we bought through you  years ago, you have dealt with the sale of our house wonderfully well, making the process very easy.

Mr & Mrs Alinson

The Local Area Mayfair

The prestige of the exclusive central London area of Mayfair has grown in the popular mind due to its designation as the most expensive property on the British version of the Monopoly board game.

Named after the annual fortnight-long May Fair that took place from 1686 to 1764 on the site that is Shepherd Market.

Most of the area – which is bordered by Hyde Park to the west, Oxford Street to the north, Piccadilly and Green Park to the south and Regent Street to the east – was first developed between the mid-17th century and the mid-18th century.

As a result, its property mix includes grand mansions, beautiful mews and magnificent apartments in a variety of architectural styles. For grand lateral apartments, for example, look in Grosvenor Square and Park Lane.

Head to Mount Street and South Audley Street for pied à terres, while large mews-style homes can be found in Hays Mews, Culross Street or Adams Row.

Mayfair also contains an abundance of townhouses, some of which remain intact, while others have been divided into apartments. There is also a selection of purpose-built apartment buildings dating from the end of the 19th century to the present day.

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Transport links in Mayfair

Mayfair’s central location and the quality of life on offer attracts people who want the best of both worlds. However, many of its 5,100 permanent residents – who count a staggering 42-plus nationalities as their places of birth – get around London on the Tube network.

Bond Street provides Jubilee Line services to Westminster, Waterloo and out to Canary Wharf, and Central Line services straight into the City. From Green Park, the Piccadilly Line runs south to Heathrow Airport and north to the international rail terminus at King’s Cross St Pancras, and the Victoria Line connects to Victoria and its mainline services to the South Coast. Hyde Park Corner and Marble Arch also provide Central and Piccadilly Line services.

One Tube station no longer available is Down Street (Mayfair), which was opened in 1907 and closed in 1932 due to a shortage of people using it. However, during World War Two it was used as a bunker by Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his War Cabinet.

Above ground, the A40 is a major road artery that becomes the M40 and connects with the M25. The A4 (Piccadilly) runs through Kensington and Hammersmith to join the M4 at Chiswick.

Did you know? The Ritz hotel was built on a site previously occupied by The Old White Horse Cellar, one of the most famous coaching inns in London. It was one of the first steel-frame buildings to be erected in Europe. The restaurant has so many chandeliers that its ceiling had to be specially reinforced.

Did you also know? Le Gavroche in Upper Brook Street is named after a street urchin in Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables. The restaurant, which opened in 1967, was the first in the UK to be awarded three Michelin stars.

Robert Holmes Areas We Cover...

Roehampton

Roehampton

Wimbledon Village

Wimbledon Village

Coombe

Coombe

Wimbledon

Wimbledon

Raynes Park

Raynes Park

Wimbledon Park

Wimbledon Park

Ham Common

Ham Common

New Malden

New Malden

Mayfair

Mayfair

Kingston Hill

Kingston Hill