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Megamansion in London’s Posh Belgravia Asks £45 Million—One of the City’s Priciest Public Listings

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In London’s opulent Belgravia, a mansion once owned by a British aristocrat and with interiors courtesy of celebrity favorite designers has hit the market for £45 million (US$53.2 million).

With an eight-figure list price, it’s one of the most expensive homes for public sale in the city, and as the listing record shows, there’s no shortage of high-priced properties.

The approximately 14,000-square-foot Edwardian mansion was built at the turn of the 20th century, and its wealthy owners have since included shipping tycoon Sir Fenwick Shadforth Watts and the 4th Earl of Litchfield. Beauchamp Estates, who bought a house on the market last week.

Most recently, the home was purchased in 2011 by its current owner, who commissioned the late Irish architect David Collins to undertake a two-year renovation and renovation of the six-story Main House and three-story Mews House .

Beecham Estates/David Collins Studio

Collins’ other projects include Madonna’s London and Manhattan homes. Gordon Ramsay and Marco Pierre White’s restaurant. Store interiors such as Jimmy Choo, Alexander His McQueen, Harrods.

According to Beauchamp Estates, accessible from a stone porch leading to a marble-floored entry hall, the seven-bedroom home features custom parquet floors, a Regency-style fireplace, bay windows, high ceilings, elegant coving and molding, Custom-made wall panels are available.

Marcus O’Brien, Head of Private Offices at Beauchamp Estates, said, “This is one of the finest homes currently for sale in Belgravia.

There are multiple drawing rooms, a dining room, and a family kitchen with an island covered in black marble. The garden terrace pavement has glass skylights that flood the basement health and leisure area with pool, gym, sauna and steam room.

Beecham Estates/David Collins Studio

Other amenities include two offices, a media room, a pool room, a full-floor primary suite with dual dressing rooms and Art Deco marble bathrooms, and a basement large enough to accommodate a limousine or Range Rover. Includes parking.

A separate building historically used to stabilize horses, the Mews House has two bedrooms, a kitchen, a living area and a roof terrace.

Mansion Global was unable to determine the identity of the owner or the amount he paid for the property.

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