- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
A grand two bedroom apartment on the second floor of the iconic Oceanic House which was built as the offices for the famous White Star Line shipping company. The Grade II listed landmark building has been sensitively restored with a brand new interior echoing the luxury that will be forever associated with the age of transatlantic ocean travel. Impeccably high standards in the specification ensure an uncompromising regard to comfort and security, and an extensive range of modern appliances by internationally renowned brands.
The accommodation provides a large master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and one further bedrooms also with ensuite bathrooms, a kitchen leading into the dining room and a double reception room.
Oceanic House presents the rare opportunity to purchase a substantial apartment at the heart of London’s West End, in an exclusive new development steeped in history.
The imposing former White Star Line headquarters - the booking office of the glamorous Titanic ocean liner - has been sensitively redeveloped to provide six apartments and one two-storey penthouse for private sale, the properties ranging in size from 1,679 square foot (156 square metres) to 5,447 square foot (506 square metres).
Independent schools nearby include Westminster Abbey Choir School and Westminster School.
Charing Cross underground station is the closest rail link which is serviced by the Bakerloo and Northern Lines. Charing Cross overground trains station is also close by and services London and further afield.
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Dining room
- Reception room
- Entry phone
- Entrance hall
- Formal reception room
- Sitting room
- Guest cloakroom
- Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom
Cockspur Street lies at the intersection of Pall Mall, and Haymarket, thus linking stately St James’s to the West End.
Oceanic House is situated at No. 1 Cockspur Street, on an unusual triangular site at the north-west corner of Trafalgar Square which is shared with the Canadian Embassy. The street layout is part of a masterplan conceived by John Nash in 1820 and has remained largely unchanged for two centuries. Looking west along
Pall Mall, Oceanic House faces the epicentre of Royal St James’s, St James’s Palace.
St James’s is a traditional, established neighbourhood, home to the National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery and many renowned boutique shops, private members’
clubs and hotels.
The area continues to attract investment: an imminent change which will further increase values is St James’s Market. Situated in Haymarket, this 261,000 square foot (24,247 square metre) development led by the Crown Estate provides office accommodation for global business, world-class dining and flagship retail. Similarly nearby Admiralty Arch is undergoing a grand transformation into a five star hotel.
For those residents making frequent trips overseas, Oceanic House is well located, only 15 miles from Heathrow and within easy reach of all London airports. The London Heliport is just four miles away and the development is in close proximity to many other transport facilities.