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Business > It is a Privilege for Oakvest to Restore Buildings
 

It is a Privilege for Oakvest to Restore Buildings


Mark Holyoake
Creator Mark Holyoake has parised Oakvest’s plans to bring back the London areas of Mayfair, Belgravia and Pimlico towards their previous glories.

The areas are famous for their distinctive stucco properties and leafy streets which are often referred to as ‘Cubbittopolis’ in a nod to Thomas Cubitt the master builder who also popularised the look.

The restoration work getting completed by Mark Holyoake’s organization, Oakvest, aims to modernise the interior from the properties to contemporary living standards while restoring the standard outer facade.

Mark said: “Investing within Grosvenor Gardens House is actually a privilege for Oakvest. We are genuinely excited to be bringing a previously amazing building back to life individuals to relish.

“Numerous properties within London were left to slide by the wayside and breathing life back to an historic splendor is a terrific challenge for all of us and our associates, Medici. ”

The area, where Grosvenor Gardens is situated, is historically referred to as ‘the 5 fields’ as during the late 17th or early 18th centuries had originally been marshland before it had been drained by Thomas Cubitt within the early 19th century to build new homes for the Duke of Westminster.

In the 1820s, work moved on from precisely what is now known as Belgravia and also the improvement of Eaton Square, Chester Square and many other notable London addresses commenced.

Mark Holyoake recognised the challenge faced by Oakvest but commended the initial surveyors for the fine work within creating a location of such character.

He stated: “Grosvenor Gardens House was designed by Thomas Cundy III, the eminent surveyor for the Grosvenor Estate. Set out within the 1860s this place comprises high, grand nineteenth century terraces, flamboyantly detailed in Renaissance style.

“Between the terraces are two triangular gardens that contain mature trees which help to soften views and provide an attractive setting and green foil to the buildings. ”

Grosvenor Garden House, that currently comprises of seventy, 000 sq ft of office and commercial space, will be refurbished right into a modern living area of around 40 freehold luxury apartments ranging from someone to four sleeping rooms.

In addition to the high spec luxury apartments, inhabitants within the development will take advantage of a wellness center and spa, concierge support, business meeting areas, a cinema room as well as underground car parking.

The actual scheme will also develop a large retail as well as restaurant space in ground level overlooking Grosvenor Backyard which Tag Holyoake hopes will end up a central hub for your group.


posted on Apr 3, 2013 7:31 AM ()

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