N° 16, Queen Anne's Gate, London looks over St James’ Park; is a stone’s throw from Westminster and Buckingham Palace. Originally it was 6 Park Street, until 1874. From the outside, a plain 4 storey (plus attic and basement) Georgian terrace dating from 1775. In the inside… a perfect Georgian recreated home. Here the Adam Mantle piece, first floor or piano nobile, the dining room.
N°16, Queen Anne’s Gate, London; in 2012 received the Georgian House Award in the category ‘Restoration of a Georgian Building in an Urban Setting’. The Piano Nobile's front houses a study/dining room with Chinese wallpaper, a large bookcase along one wall, a small desk and a large dining table.