Former Titanic ticket office reopens as luxury London apartments

Following an extensive restoration, the former London ticket office of the world-famous Titanic has been re-opened as six luxury apartments, with prices ranging from £4.75million to £25m.

Oceanic House, the Grade II-listed building in Trafalgar Square, dates back to 1906 and was built by Titanic owner Bruce Ismay.

 

According to reports, the building marked the fateful spot where Mr Ismay declared that the Titanic was ‘unsinkable’ prior to its maiden voyage.

 

The building has recently undergone a restoration project to transform its interiors into seven bespoke apartments and one four-bedroom penthouse, all with themed interiors inspired by the historic ship.

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Future residents can expect marble bathrooms and ornate chandeliers, alongside throwback features echoing the Titanic’s former glory. According to reports, the building even features a small-scale replica of the iconic vessel.

 

Gary Hersham, Partner at Beauchamp Estates, the agent responsible for selling the revamped properties, said: “The apartments at Oceanic House represent a unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase a piece of iconic British history and acquire a luxurious home in the former headquarters of the famous White Star Line in the heart of London’s West End”.

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