- 24-hour concierge
- Smart Home technology
- Wi-Fi included within the service charge
- Use of the adjoining hotel’s five-star facilities
This development is now sold out. To view our other developments and browse available properties, please click here.Part of the elite ‘Platinum Collection’, Galliard Homes presents Marconi House, nestled just opposite Somerset House on London’s famous Strand. Awarded the ‘Best Large Developmen...
Part of the elite ‘Platinum Collection’, Galliard Homes presents Marconi House, nestled just opposite Somerset House on London’s famous Strand. Awarded the ‘Best Large Development’ accolade in 2013 by the London Evening Standard, this development comprises 86 sensational apartments and penthouses behind a grandiose Grade II listed façade, setting a new precedent for luxury living in this part of the capital.
Once home to the BBC, where the broadcasting company made its radio debut back in 1922, and then the headquarters for the Ministry of Civil Aviation, the Marconi building has a long and established history, which Galliard Homes has been careful to respect and preserve as part of its emergence into a Prime residential space. The properties adjoin the five-star ME London Hotel, allowing residents to take advantage of hotel-style amenities including room service, and access to the spa and fitness suite.
Marconi House occupies one of the most desirable addresses in the capital. A short walk west will take residents to the plethora of bars and restaurants in Covent Garden, as well as the prestigious cluster of theatres in the West End; whilst a stroll across the nearby Waterloo Bridge will take residents to London’s cultural quarter, South Bank; where the Oxo Tower, the London Eye and the National Theatre are all treasured favourites.
Within 10 minutes’ walk of Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden and the West End, residents will be just moments from some of London’s most iconic destinations. Just opposite the development sits Somerset House, originally a Tudor Palace, which is where some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters were...