A short distance down Granby Row from Sackville Street, just passed Granby House, stands Orient House. It was designed by the architectural practice of G. H. Goldsmith. Orient House was built in 1914 and has been described as “one of the most extravagant, six storeys with attics, of white faience with a giant Iconic colonnade.”
Grade II listed in 1988, 1 million was invested in the refurbishment of this building making Orient House full of history.
Situated close to Oxford Road and Piccadilly train stations and within walking distance to the city centre making this development perfect.