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RETAIL UNIT SAVILE ROW - THE FINEST MENSWEAR DESTINATION IN THE WORLD
Terraced townhouse built circa 1733, part of the Burlington Estate. The last residence of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, dramatist and politician, who died there in 1816. The original headquarters and workshop for Hardy Amies, 14 Savile Row is already a landmark property. A brand headquarters, workshop and a very famous welcome for royalty, Hollywood stars, heads of state and generations of sons, fathers and grandfathers before them. 4 storeys, including an attic from the early 19th century, and basement. At 14 Savile Row, discover basement and four upper floors of unique space, like a window to a special moment in tailoring history, now ready to craft as your own, spread over 8,061 sq ft. The basement served – like many on the street – as Hardy Amies’ workshop crafting his signature pieces. Up one floor to the stairwell and Amies’ Vogue archive – every magazine ever printed is on view here. Step up to the first floor, and perhaps his most famous space: The House, where he personally met and fitted his glorious clientele, from HRH Elizabeth II and members of international royal houses, gentlemen and generations of families.
Leasehold - The premises will be available by way of a new full repairing and insuring lease for a term to be agreed, incorporating upward only rent reviews every five years.
Strictly by appointment.
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EPC available upon request.
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