From the workforce behind Temple Guiting Manor, Barns & Pantry within the coronary heart of the Cotswolds comes Henry’s Townhouse – a brand new high-end, curious and charming seven-bedroom lodge out there for unique use.
Launching in London later this 12 months, the property is simply minutes from Hyde Park in Marylebone.
The Grade II listed constructing at No.24 Higher Berkeley Avenue was as soon as owned by Jane Austen’s brother Henry.
It’s broadly thought that Jane’s visits to Henry in London had been of nice worth, for it was by means of his assist that her work was revealed.
Henry’s has been a design collaboration between house owners Jane and Steven Collins and the award-winning Russell Sage Studio, assisted by Feix&Merlin Architects.
This has culminated in an clever and glamorous re-imaging of the Regency interval, taking inspiration from Henry and Eliza’s reported life on the home and as a part of wider London society.
The constructing itself contains seven elegant and elaborately designed bedrooms, every with its personal distinctive narrative to inform.
“We’re thrilled to see our challenge and years of laborious work lastly come to life as a gorgeous and fascinating small lodge.
“Henry’s Townhouse can have a way of event and will probably be subtle, but enjoyable, interesting to these in search of a stunning base to remain within the coronary heart of the West Finish, in addition to these wanting to rent the home completely for household and associates for an important day,” stated Steven Collins, proprietor of Henry’s.