Great Titchfield Street is one of Fitzrovia’s most well known thoroughfares.
Much like Portland Place and Great Portland Street, two other roads which run parallel to the west Great Titchfield Street was first developed by the Dukes of Portland who owned most of what was the known as East Marylebone and is today part of Fitzrovia. The garment industry still has a major presence on Great Titchfield Street, reflecting Fitzrovia’s previous incarnation as the home of the London rag trade. Additionally, there are a diverse range of restaurants in the area including the Riding House Café, Scandinavian Kitchen, Mac & Wild, and Sergios.
All this history and the wide range of eateries means that rental properties in the area are highly sought after. This is especially the case when an apartment is architecturally designed and fitted out to the highest possible standard. This is absolutely the case with a property which RIB are delighted to be marketing at Printworks House on Great Titchfield Street. Designed by renowned architects HUT, the apartment benefits from a wide array of fixtures and fittings, all in keeping with the contemporary, industrial style which runs through the entire building. With features including exposed brickwork, Crittall windows, floor to ceiling reclaimed timber doors, and underfloor heating, this apartment is one of a number of stunning homes available to let in Fitzrovia.
RIB are proud of our heritage as local agents and bring expert insights on the Fitzrovia area. To get in touch with one of our residential experts about viewing an apartment on Great Titchfield Street, or any of our other properties in Fitzrovia, please contact us on 0207 637 0821.