Westminster Fire Station featured in Homes & Property section of the Evening Standard
The London Victoria regeneration zone heats up: Westminster Fire station is getting converted into 17 new apartments with an on-site restaurant
Westminster Fire Station, on peaceful Vincent Square, is being converted into 17 apartments, some in a courtyard annexe.
A short walk from Victoria train station and the new office blocks and shopping precincts alongside it, is a remarkably peaceful neighbourhood of handsome, red-brick mansion flats.
On this patch is Vincent Square, with 13 acres of private playing fields owned by Westminster School and lined on one side by the splendid edifice of Royal Horticultural Halls.
A former police station facing the square has been turned into apartments, and now Westminster Fire Station has gone the same way.
Conversion of this listed Edwardian building has yielded 17 apartments, some in a courtyard annexe, priced from £850,000.
The high and wide vehicle entrance where fire engines once parked will become a restaurant. Call CBRE on 020 7420 3050 for more details.