Park Cap Invest announce the purchase of this rare property on Eaton Square on behalf of its client. Through our network and patience, we gained privileged access to this off-market opportunity and agreed it at a price well below market value. Another quite stunning example of our cross-sector real estate portfolio building credentials for our clients, even during these uncertain times.
80 Eaton Square was home to two well-known names, Margaret Thatcher resided here for a while after leaving office and American financier and philanthropist George Peabody lived here to his last. The stucco fronted building is adorned by a Blue Plaque commemorating Peabody.
Situated on the Square’s northern terrace this is an elegant and beautifully appointed apartment with 3m ceilings throughout with a separate staff flat on lower ground floor. Park Cap Invest will work with the Client (and their team) to deliver a turn-key development and lease extension with the Grosvenor across both flats.
Still in these unprecedented times, Park Cap Invest maintains the ethos that the best hedge is high quality assets in high quality locations.