The Mini Bar Apartment: Perfect pad for a London singleton?

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A cocktail bar is a must-have addition to any bachelor or bachelorette pad worth its salt. After all, if you’re looking to entertain, you’ll need to offer your guests some drinks and where better to mix your drinks than your very own private bar?

If you thought you’d need a huge penthouse to accommodate your bar, think again! One of the tiniest homes in Mayfair, London has managed to squeeze in a small, yet stylish cocktail club.


At just 30 sq.m in size, the fourth floor apartment is smaller than many nightclub cloakrooms or bathrooms but clever architecture allows it to be a private club and cosy home all in one, for £625 a week. The coffered ceiling, LED lighting, fitted cupboards, faux leather flooring and gold mirrors wouldn’t look out of place in a swanky private members’ club either.

There’s even a rooftop cocktail terrace, complete with wrought iron table and chairs, where you can drink your mojito or martini, along with views of the Mayfair skyline. It’s not all partying though – the bar area opens up to reveal a hob, oven, drawers and cupboards, with the bar itself providing a perfect breakfast spot.


It’s an apartment which really provides the ultimate in dual-purpose living, a cocktail bar which has all the elements of a stylish and functional home. Peter Wetherell, chief executive of Mayfair estate agents Wetherell, said:

“While this might be one of the smallest homes ever released onto the Mayfair market, it is also one of the most clever interior design schemes Wetherell have been instructed to promote. It’s a place that needs to be seen to be understood. The design is ingenious. The living space can be arranged to provide a cocktail bar/night-club style ambience. Next, it can be transformed into a cosy home with kitchen, dining area and bedroom.”

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