12 Sets in Albany, Piccadilly

Piccadilly, London, UK Private homes

Over 20 years TCA have renovated 12 flats, or sets as they are known in this unique Grade 1 listed residential building. ¬†Built in 1760 by architect Sir William Chambers as a private home & then renovated & massively extended in 1802 by architect Henry Holland as exclusive flats, the building has welcomed residents as diverse as British Prime Ministers Disraeli, Palmerston, & Sir Edward Heath, romantic poet Lord Byron, actor Terence Stamp & interior design David Hicks. ¬†Our Albany clients have included Chairman of the Trustees of the British Museum the late Graham Greene, art dealer Per Skarstedt, design-art dealer David Gill, interior designer Francis Sultana & Albany’s majority freeholders Peterhouse College, Cambridge.

Thomas Croft portrait for 'FT Weekend' - in Per Skarstedt's Albany Set
Francis Sultana portrait for 'Architectural Digest USA' - in his Albany Set