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Viridian Apartments Baker Street’s studio apartments boast beautifully bespoke décor and furnishings, designed and manufactured by Den Living. All the apartments in this central location are unique and offer a modern and refreshing feel.
Aesthetically pleasing yet also highly practical, each studio offers a small but functional kitchenette including a petite hob, oven, fridge and washing machine. Modern en-suite shower rooms are also included in each.
Our Baker Street apartments benefit from their convenient position, located near key underground stations including: Baker Street, Marylebone, Edgware Road, Regents Park and more, all within a short walk.
Location: York Street (just off Baker Street)
Smart, thriving and bursting with class, this is a beautiful inner-city location in central London. The whole area holds a brilliant combination of refinement and charm, with a distinctive blend of red brick and white stone townhouses. Bordered by Soho, Mayfair, Fitzrovia, Paddington and The West End; all of which provide the perfect reason to centre yourself in this hub of activity and attraction. While here, step back in time with a visit to the Sherlock Holmes Museum, the official home of the famous fictional detective; enter a world of Victorian curiosities, and explore objects from Sherlock Holmes’ most famous cases. At The Wallace Collection you’ll find an extraordinary assortment of paintings, sculpture, ceramics, and more, housed in a historic townhouse – marvel at masterpieces by artists such as Rembrandt, Rubens and Velázquez, to name a few. Fans of photography should head to Atlas Gallery, which hosts contemporary exhibitions as well as displaying vintage twentieth-century snaps.
The area is home to some of the most vibrant shopping streets in London. Glamourous Chiltern Street oozes cool, with a host of independent shops: find premium fashion at Sunspel, a curated selection of clothing, jewellery and gifts from Mouki Mou, and high-quality whiskeys at Cadenhead. One independent shop that is a delight to behold is Daunt Books, housed in a beautiful Edwardian building with long oak galleries and graceful skylights - find it around six minutes’ walk from our apartments in nearby Marylebone. Further afield, the retail mecca of Oxford Street can be reached in around 11 minutes via the Bakerloo Line, while Soho’s pedestrianized shopping spot, Carnaby Street, is around 14 minutes away on the Bakerloo Line. In both of these renowned retail hotspots you’ll find designer stores, high street brands, independent boutiques and more.
If you want to breakfast with a beverage and a pastry, there’s a branch of Joe & The Juice and a GAIL’s Bakery a couple of minutes away; or visit Buns From Home for hand-rolled croissant buns made fresh throughout the day. Monocle Café, brought to you by Monocle magazine, also offers a great selection of baked goods and drinks in cool surrounds, and 106 Baker Street is a lovely spot to pick up some delicious pastries, cakes and sandwiches to enjoy in your apartment. For lunch and dinner, the options are seemingly endless in this bustling part of town. In the immediate vicinity of our apartments, Kitchen at Holmes is a refined all-day Mediterranean bar and restaurant with a lovely terrace for sunny days, while popular spot Mielo offers upscale Mediterranean tapas. Il Blandford’s is an unassuming little café on nearby Chiltern Street which is a firm local favourite: offering a selection of Italian family recipes in the restaurant, with a separate wine bar and outside terrace space.
Two minutes from our apartments you’ll find the Baker Street branch of Everyman Cinema, the boutique picture palace chain showing a range of blockbuster and independent flicks. Or head to the Marylebone Theatre (8 minutes’ walk) which offers a vibrant evening programme spanning theatre from emerging artists, spoken word performances and monthly comedy shows. Afterwards, have a drink in historic surrounds at one of London’s last remaining ‘free houses’; established 1791, The Barley Mow (3 minutes walk) offers a good selection of drinks, with occasional live music and a darts lounge to boot. In the vaulted basement of cellar bar Purl (6 minutes’ walk) you’ll find innovative takes on classic cocktails in speakeasy-style surrounds. Burlock Rum Room (12 minutes’ walk) is a hidden, 1930s-style Havana bar featuring – you guessed it – rum-based cocktails, as well as weekly live reggae.