Press Release: If buildings could talk.
Wed 23 Jul 2008
If only buildings could talk The Bramley Arms would have a host of memories to tickle movie-goers fancy. Most notable for its fleeting appearance in the 1979 Mods & Rockers classic, Quadrophenia, this penthouse flat in a converted Notting Hill pub has seen the likes of Ray Winstone and Toyah Wilcox swing through its doors.
Not only that, its played a minor part in several other iconic movies including the classic Ealing comedy The Lavender Hill Mob with Alec Guinness. It also made an appearance in the Harold Pinter reverse-timescale drama Betrayal and John Boorman's offbeat film Leo the Last. Alex Cox's Sid And Nancy was the most recent film to feature The Bramley Arms, in 1986.
The Bramley Arms is a converted pub on the corner of Freston Road and St Anns Road in Notting Hill, W11. The penthouse flat in the building is new to the lettings market and available at 795 per week from London agent Marsh & Parsons.
Marsh & Parsons managing director, Peter Rollings, said: The lettings market in London is defying the slowdown its extremely vibrant. I doubt this property will be on our books for very long particularly because its so fairly priced.
For further information please contact:
The Wriglesworth Consultancy
Neil Mackwood/James Staunton
0207 427 1400
Marsh & Parsons has been part of the London property scene since 1856. The sales and lettings agent has 14 offices situated in prime positions across central, west and south London . They have an intimate and extensive knowledge of the area.
Marsh & Parsons are an independent and professional firm with a 'can-do' attitude covering all aspects of residential property. They aim to establish individual relationships with clients through a business built on energy, agility, professionalism and knowledge. Their business aim is to be the agent who not only understands the local area around their offices better than any other agent, but also to be at the heart of the community.