A property of considerable local interest
3 Star Yard was designed by the notable Victorian architect WF Unsworth, with a number of listed buildings to his name, and is particularly distinctive for the ornate panels of blind tracery.
It is an excellent example of the small-scale commercial buildings that appeared in late nineteenth century London, designed as free, lively variants of Flemish, Gothic and Jacobean styles.
The property was originally designed and built as a warehouse in 1884, a use it facilitated until 2014 when award winning developer Marldon completed a comprehensive refurbishment. Further cosmetic work and servicing has taken place in 2019 resulting in a beautifully presented, flexible house of great character and charm.