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Members only There’s something of the feel of a gentlemen’s club about this home, a subtle masculinity that radiates from the wood panelled ensuite bathroom, the moody velvet of the sofa and the kitchen’s oaken gloss. Amidst such surroundings one cannot help but be decadent, and you’ll be glad of your close proximity to Bond Street’s designer shops, and to the dazzling bars and restaurants of Mayfair. Hit the casinos, dance the night away at Annabel’s or Mahiki… this home is right next to Oxford Street, but as peaceful as can be – and should you wish for a nightingale or two, you’re just a moonlit stroll from Berkley Square. True gent Your host works in the holiday industry, with interests in businesses all around the capital. Come summer, he’s often on the tennis court, dispatching his opponents with one heck of a serve. Behind closed doors Elegantly spare, but with enough in the way of fine detailing to leave you in no doubt that you’re in luxury’s lap, North Audley Street is a tremendous home. Like the best cologne, these interiors whisper rather than shout, a wide white sitting room with polished walnut floorboards and an original fireplace, a brand new kitchen opening out onto a bijoux balcony. There are just a few, perfectly chosen antiques, the inlaid dining table and the sitting room’s barley leg chairs, and there’s a selection of glorious coffee table books to peruse. The ensuite bathroom is opulent in white and matt black. And as for the bedroom, well, when a bed is this splendid, one really has no choice but to sleep late and long. Guest pass In one of the very best neighbourhoods in town, just moments from Selfridges, Hyde Park and from a headily beautiful garden square, be spoilt for choice. Plunge into the cheerful chaos of Oxford Street, investigate the designer boutiques of Bond Street, or simply stroll in nearby Hyde Park. Whether you like to dance, to drink or to roll the dice, the nightlife here will cater to your every whim. Bond Street station is right next door, but in all honesty, you’re so central that you may not even need the tube.