Fashionable, fabulous, fun
12 Sherwood Street puts you at the heart of a lifestyle of creative sophistication and style. The surrounding area has long been famed for its wealth of entertainment, fascinating bars, fine dining and trendy shopping, while the film industry’s place here guarantees an exciting mix of faces. The roll of honour in local nightspots includes rock legends such as the Rolling Stones and Queen, as well as jazz icons Ella Fitzgerald and Nina Simone, while many of London’s best theatres call it home.
It would almost be impossible to find a home better situated for every kind of shopping than 12 Sherwood Street, with an exciting mix of independent shops in fascinating cobbled streets and the whole of London’s vast retail empire including Regent Street, Oxford Street, Jermyn Street, Bond Street, Liberty and Fortnum and Mason within easy reach.
The fashion buyer’s dream store Liberty is just minutes from Sherwood Street, along with the many sophisticated retail emporia on Regent Street, including Hamley’s, the Apple Store Penhaligon’s and Burberry. Stroll onwards to the elegant boutiques of Mayfair, including Bond Street with its array of stores from Louis Vuitton to Tiffany, and Jermyn Street for its famous shirtmakers. Oxford Street forms Soho’s northern border, so it’s just a short trip to the wonders of Selfridges for fun and John Lewis for everything you could need in life.
The locals know all the best places, and living at Sherwood Street will certainly give you the edge when it comes to getting table space at the most in-demand hotspots such as Magpie and Stem. From fabulous luxury food to brasserie style dining, 12 Sherwood Street is set in an area synonymous with fine food. Of course, true luxury is choice, and here it’s easy to find tens of places you’d like to eat. The decision is yours – every day.
Every time you turn a Soho corner, it’s a cultural experience. Famous names, faces and places line the streets, from Ronnie Scott’s legendary jazz club to the Photographers’ Gallery and the neighbourhood’s many theatres including
the Gielgud, Prince Edward, Ambassador and Lyric. With so much on offer, enjoyment comes as standard.
Soho sparkles even more brightly after dusk, and glamorous nightspots are the place to be seen. In the daytime, step just outside Soho for more of London’s best culture. Along Piccadilly is the newly expanded Royal Academy with its year round art blockbusters and famous Summer Exhibition. From there it’s tempting to stop off for tea at Fortnum and Mason – a cultural experience in its own right. The combined treasures of the National Gallery and Portrait Gallery at Trafalgar Square are a short walk from Sherwood Street, while Exhibition Road’s V&A, Science Museum and Natural History Museum are all within easy reach.