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Mayfair’s original socialite’s 1923 aesthetic doctor’s practice is available for rent

Mayfair’s first family doctor and aesthetic surgery, loved by wealthy socialites and celebrities who received the ‘Dr. Feelgood ‘has been transformed into a luxury mini-mansion for rent – for an eye-watering £ 4,000 a week.

The five-bedroom, three-story home was the site of a historic doctor’s office Woods Mews Practice, a locally renowned doctor’s office that operated from 1923 when it was the first practice to open in Mayfair, until it finally closed in 2008.

Aimed at Mayfair’s affluent socialites, The Woods Mews Practice was nicknamed ‘Dr Feelgood Center’ in its heyday, just minutes from London’s Hyde Park.

The Woods Mews Practice was the best surgery for Mayfair residents who met all of their medical needs – from medical advice and prescriptions to fillers, vitamin injections, colon irrigation, anti-anxiety medications and sleeping pills.

Mayfair's first GP and aesthetic surgery, loved by wealthy socialites and celebrities who dubbed it 'Dr Feelgood', has been transformed into a luxury mini-townhouse for rent - for a stunning £ 4,000 a week

Mayfair’s first GP and aesthetic surgery, loved by wealthy socialites and celebrities who dubbed it ‘Dr Feelgood’, has been transformed into a luxury mini-townhouse for rent – for a stunning £ 4,000 a week

The site of the historic doctor's practice was once the site of Woods Mews Practice, a locally known doctor's practice that operated from 1923 when it was the first practice to open in Mayfair, until it finally closed in 2008 (bedroom seen)

The site of the historic doctor's practice was once the site of Woods Mews Practice, a locally known doctor's practice that operated from 1923 when it was the first practice to open in Mayfair, until it finally closed in 2008 (bedroom seen)

The site of the historic doctor’s practice was once the site of Woods Mews Practice, a locally known doctor’s practice that operated from 1923 when it was the first practice to open in Mayfair, until it finally closed in 2008 (bedroom seen)

Before becoming a doctor’s practice, there was a stable block on the site, which was first built in 1729 for the Earl of Shaftsbury and his manor house on neighboring Upper Brook Street.

The three-storey building had a lobby on the ground floor, with consulting rooms on the ground and first floors, and a studio apartment on the top floor.

The practice was well positioned for treating affluent foreign visitors staying in the nearby luxury hotels, and for supporting local residents.

The stables were converted into a housing complex in 1907 by builder John Garlick.

The Woods Mews Practice focused on Mayfair's wealthy socialites and was nicknamed 'Dr Feelgood Center' in its heyday, located just minutes from London's Hyde Park (living room seen)

The Woods Mews Practice focused on Mayfair's wealthy socialites and was nicknamed 'Dr Feelgood Center' in its heyday, located just minutes from London's Hyde Park (living room seen)

The Woods Mews Practice focused on Mayfair’s wealthy socialites and was nicknamed ‘Dr Feelgood Center’ in its heyday, located just minutes from London’s Hyde Park (living room seen)

The Woods Mews Practice was the surgery for Mayfair residents who met all of their medical needs - from medical advice and prescriptions to fillers, vitamin injections, colon irrigation, anxiety medications and sleeping pills (dining room seen complete with lift)

The Woods Mews Practice was the surgery for Mayfair residents who met all of their medical needs - from medical advice and prescriptions to fillers, vitamin injections, colon irrigation, anxiety medications and sleeping pills (dining room seen complete with lift)

The Woods Mews Practice was the surgery for Mayfair residents who met all of their medical needs – from medical advice and prescriptions to fillers, vitamin injections, colon irrigation, anxiety medications and sleeping pills (dining room seen complete with lift)

London’s West End saw its first physicians with consulting rooms in the nineteenth century – originally there were only 18 physicians with consulting rooms in 1860, rising to 200 in 1914.

Traditionally, the senior partner owned the house or stables, with the bottom floors for consultation and the doctor who lived in the apartment above.

The rise in Harley Street status in the 1990s led to the Woods Mews Practice closing in 2008, and the practice was granted planning permission to return to residential use.

Now a ‘mini-mansion’ has been built as an exceptional family home with luxurious interior design by the Luxury Interiors London studio – and even with an elevator.

After a thoughtful redevelopment, the mini-mansion is now complete and available to rent for £ 4,000 a week, or £ 208,000 a year (kitchen seen)

After a thoughtful redevelopment, the mini-mansion is now complete and available to rent for £ 4,000 a week, or £ 208,000 a year (kitchen seen)

After a thoughtful redevelopment, the mini-mansion is now complete and available to rent for £ 4,000 a week, or £ 208,000 a year (kitchen seen)

The space is now a five-bedroom house, offering 3,098 square feet of space, with details such as hardwood floors and sliding entertainment doors (office view)

The space is now a five-bedroom house, offering 3,098 square feet of space, with details such as hardwood floors and sliding entertainment doors (office view)

The space is now a five-bedroom house, offering 3,098 square feet of space, with details such as hardwood floors and sliding entertainment doors (office view)

The first floor has three bedrooms, one of which has an adjoining walk-in dressing room, each dressed in a chic neutral palette

The first floor has three bedrooms, one of which has an adjoining walk-in dressing room, each dressed in a chic neutral palette

The first floor has three bedrooms, one of which has an adjoining walk-in dressing room, each dressed in a chic neutral palette

After a thoughtful redevelopment, the mini-mansion is now complete and available to rent for £ 4,000 a week, or £ 208,000 a year.

Now a five-bedroom home, the space offers 3,098 square feet of space, with details such as hardwood floors and sliding doors for entertainment.

The property also offers unobstructed views over the hidden Green Street Gardens across from the quiet residential street.

On the ground floor is a large reception room with plush chairs and custom cabinets, as well as a bright reception room with a private lift leading to all floors.

There is a private gym and an attached bathroom, and another bedroom.  There is also access to a private terrace and an indoor garage with secure parking

There is a private gym and an attached bathroom, and another bedroom.  There is also access to a private terrace and an indoor garage with secure parking

There is a private gym and an attached bathroom, and another bedroom. There is also access to a private terrace and an indoor garage with secure parking

On the ground floor is a large reception room with plush chairs and custom cabinets, as well as a bright reception room with a private lift leading to all floors

On the ground floor is a large reception room with plush chairs and custom cabinets, as well as a bright reception room with a private lift leading to all floors

On the ground floor is a large reception room with plush chairs and custom cabinets, as well as a bright reception room with a private lift leading to all floors

The first floor offers three bedrooms, one with an adjoining walk-in dressing room, each dressed in a chic neutral palette.

The property’s Principal suite occupies the entire second floor and the master bedroom offers views of the Green Street Gardens.

There is a walk-in dressing room with custom cabinets and LED lighting, and a marble-clad bathroom with a sculptural freestanding bath and double vanities.

The lower level offers an open dining room for eight people, leading to a sleek kitchen with integrated Miele appliances.

There is a study of custom cabinets ideal for the post-Covid work environment with people who work from home more often.

There is a private gym and an attached bathroom, and another bedroom. There is also access to a private terrace and an indoor garage with secure parking.

Peter Wetherell, Chief Executive of Wetherell told FEMAIL: “22 Woods Mews has undergone an extensive transformation, from a famous doctor’s practice to a beautiful family home.

In its heyday, the doctor’s office was known for visiting rich socialites and celebrities, who have served the local Mayfair community for 85 years.

Finished throughout with the highest quality throughout, the new mini-townhouse is fully ready to use, allowing a resident to move in today and enjoy the luxurious lifestyle on offer.

The three-storey building had a lobby on the ground floor, with consulting rooms on the ground and first floors and a studio apartment on the top floor

The three-storey building had a lobby on the ground floor, with consulting rooms on the ground and first floors and a studio apartment on the top floor

The three-storey building had a lobby on the ground floor, with consulting rooms on the ground and first floors and a studio apartment on the top floor

The practice was well positioned to treat affluent foreign visitors staying in the nearby luxury hotels, and to support local residents

The practice was well positioned to treat affluent foreign visitors staying in the nearby luxury hotels, and to support local residents

The practice was well positioned to treat affluent foreign visitors staying in the nearby luxury hotels, and to support local residents

London's West End saw its first physicians with consulting rooms in the nineteenth century - originally there were only 18 physicians with consulting rooms in 1860, rising to 200 in 1914

London's West End saw its first physicians with consulting rooms in the nineteenth century - originally there were only 18 physicians with consulting rooms in 1860, rising to 200 in 1914

London’s West End saw its first physicians with consulting rooms in the nineteenth century – originally there were only 18 physicians with consulting rooms in 1860, rising to 200 in 1914

Traditionally, the senior partner owned the house or stables, with the lower floors for consultation and the doctor who lived in the apartment above

Traditionally, the senior partner owned the house or stables, with the lower floors for consultation and the doctor who lived in the apartment above

Traditionally, the senior partner owned the house or stables, with the lower floors for consultation and the doctor who lived in the apartment above

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