Fancy living on the street that inspired Peter Pan or settling in front of the telly with Harrods behind it?

Well now you can as two very different properties have recently become available.

In the heart of Knightsbridge a three-bed penthouse in The Lansbury, which overlooks the famous department store.

The home features floor-to-ceiling windows, access to the facilities of the neighbouring five-star boutique hotel, The Capital and a private roof terrace

The living and dining area in The Lansbury's penthouse

The home is on the lettings market for £8,500 per week with Tunstall Property London .

The firm’s managing director Mark Tunstall said: “Knightsbridge is one of the leading areas for ultra-prime rentals, as tenants favour the proximity to its array of luxury boutique shops and department stores, as well as its central park side location. Similarly, penthouses and properties with outside space are some of the most highly sought-after high-end residences.”

Guilford Street in Bloomsbury was once the home of Scottish author J.M. Barrie and helped inspire his novel Peter Pan.

Recently refurbished by RUF Properties and on the market with Pastor Real Estate these four apartments at number 81 were overlooked by Barrie and became the template for the Darling family residence.

Guilford Street in Bloomsbury which is where J.M. Barrie inspired to write children’s favourite Peter Pan

The Grade II Listed property offers a collection of four apartments, ranging from one to three bedrooms with prices between £855,000 to £2.45million.

Pastor Real Estate head of sales and lettings Susan Cohen said: “This collection of homes in Bloomsbury offers buyers the opportunity to own a home in a classic London residence, made famous by the childhood favourite, Peter Pan.

“Close to an array of garden squares, cultural establishments and good transport links, the homes on Guilford Street are perfect for those looking for an ideal city enclave.”