75 Portland Place


The Project

Located on the desirable Portman Estate in Marylebone, this handsome brick and stucco late-Georgian house with its neo-classical façade, is believed to have been constructed speculatively by Robert and James Adam between 1776-1790.

High quality finishes and sensitive repair

Repairing, restoring, and modernising this family home designed by Britain’s best known Georgian architects was a great privilege. Lawray’s knowledge and experience of working with architecturally significant listed buildings enabled the team to get the planning consents required to update and refurbish this important Grade II* listed property to an extremely high standard.

Working closely with our private client and the contractor, we rationalised and updated all of building services including the installation of underfloor heating and floor finishes to the basement and rear extension.

High quality bathroom and bedroom suites were provided with marble and bespoke joinery. The kitchen wing was remodelled to include a new media room in the basement. Decorative plaster was restored together with structural repairs to the north wall and rear elevation, along with redecoration throughout the property.

A historic home for new generation

Lawray has safeguarded the architectural and structural integrity of this important house, whilst managing the changes required to provide the family with an elegant townhouse suitable for modern living.