Spencer House in St James’s Place, London SW1A

Spencer House is a wonderful building to visit in St James. The eighteenth century palace’s architecture draws many visitors every year from near and far. It is the only surviving building of its age in the St James area so it is one of the main historical buildings. It is linked to Diana Princess of Wales; the building was built for her ancestor John, the first Earl of Spencer. The grandeur of Spencer House gives visitors an insight into the history and community of St James. It is a place steeped in tradition while being home to the hustle and bustle of some of London’s busiest sights and attractions.

Spencer House is one of the most sought after wedding venues in London, due to its idyllic setting, stunning gardens and spectacular service. The Restored Garden at Spencer House is open on specific days throughout the Spring and Summer months so local residents can enjoy a relaxing stroll and budding gardeners can see the newly planted flowers and shrubs.

While there is modernisation going on in and around St James, it has long been associated with ‘old’ establishment and families who have lived here for generations.

The area in London is one that can offer diverse culture and lots to do. For information on property for sale or to rent near St James, please contact CityWest Residential

, leading estate agents in Westminster.


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