A fashion fresher is going to rent this house in Mayfair for £4,000-a-week
Neighbours will include the Qatari Royal Family
A fashion student is set to spend their first year living in a luxury townhouse in posh West London, paying rent of £4,000-a-week.
The Park Lane pad – worth £12million – has had enquiries from a number of 16-21 year olds, with the majority coming to study fashion or business in London, according to letting agents Wetherall.
The house at no. 80 Park Lane in London, is set to become one of the most expensive student lets in the world. For just £4,000-a-week, the lucky fresher will have a three floor house, a dining room for 10 people, a 60ft atrium, a view over Regent’s Park, one floor made entirely of glass, three en-suite bedrooms and underfloor heating throughout.
For all this, the student-tenants will be paying seven times the average U.K. salary to live in the three-storey property.
In a press statement from Wetherwell, eighty per cent of enquiries came from 16-21 year olds. Speaking to the letting agents today, most of the students who enquired after the property are in the capital to take fashion or business courses.
Chief executive of Wetherwell, Pete Wetherwell described the house as the “ultimate address” that will appeal to those wanting “to launch themselves into Mayfair society.”
Park Lane, known to most of us as the super-expensive spot on the Monopoly Board, is one of the most prestigious addresses in the world. Neighbours to the lucky students will include the Qatari Royal Family, whose seventeen bedroom mansion was valued at £200 million, making it the most expensive property in the UK. Former Park Lane residents include ’60s actress Elizabeth Taylor, Fred Astaire as well as the Sultan of Brunei.