What Do Mozart, Karl Marx, Admiral Nelson & Charles Dickens All Have in Common?

Answer. Dean Street, London

balcony in London

81 Dean Street, London.

Like much of London, Dean Street in Soho has some incredible stories to tell. The street itself is barely half a kilometre long, and yet, its history is littered with famous personalities that have shaped the course of Britain’s incredible past.

In 1764 Mozart gave a piano recital at No.21 Dean Street, he was just 8 years old at the time. At 73-74 Dean Street, Charles Dickens regularly ‘walked the boards’ of the Royalty theatre, before making his name as a world-renowned writer. In 1851 Karl Marx the famous German Philosopher moved into 28 Dean Street, occupying the building until 1856. Admiral Nelson stayed in a house on Dean Street the evening before setting sail for the Battle of Trafalgar spending the night with his top military commanders, finalising their strategic battle plans. Although leading the British naval fleet to victory, Nelson died during the battle, a musket ball hit his shoulder and penetrated his chest, inflicting wounds from which he could not recover.

For geographical and socio-economic reasons, Dean Street has been a great place to live and work for many years. History proving that this unique setting has been a considerable melting pot of artistry and intellectualism.

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It’s here at No. 81 Dean Street that history has been written once more. A stunning new residential complex comprising of 16 luxury apartments and 2 incredible penthouses takes centre stage amidst this historical setting. The overall scheme was designed by renowned London based architects, ‘Robin Partington & Partners’. Set over six floors the development provides fresh animation to the street below, with layered cladding, punctuating shutters and a welcoming colonnade.

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Inside the apartments, Kinorigo have cleverly applied their expertise and craftmanship, supplying and fitting luxury marbles throughout the beautifully designed ensuites and living spaces. The penthouse balconies, offering unrestricted views of London’s skyline, have been fitted with Kinorigo’s ‘Silver Cloud’ limestone and wonderfully compliment the warm oak flooring that covers the main living area within.

marble floor tiles and wooden parquet flooring

Kinorigo have been busy consistently building their reputation within the high-end residential sector for a number of years now, proving that they are a company committed to delivering incredibly high-end results, 81 Dean Street, the latest luxury project, certainly testifies to this accolade.

For information regarding how Kinorigo can assist on your next development, contact the team on 02476 422 580 or email info@kinorigo.com