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The most expensive properties for sale right now in London - YAHOO FINANCE

JUNE 25, 2019





 
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London is home to some of the most beautiful and sought-after properties on the planet. That also means they’re some of the world’s most expensive homes.

Dripping with decadence and luxury, these properties are part of a world of wealth that most people can only ever dream of living in.

From home cinemas to spas and royal neighbours, these homes have got it all — and they’re right in the heart of central London.

These are the most expensive properties for sale right now on the open market in London.

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Knightsbridge: £32,500,000

In the luxury shopping hub of Knightsbridge is a sprawling penthouse apartment atop Wellington Court, a glorious period building with views overlooking Hyde Park.

Across the 6,886 square feet of living space are six bedrooms, three reception rooms, a cinema room, gym, spa, staff quarters, large roof terrace, and a 24-hour concierge service for the building. This superbly-located superhome is listed for sale with Rokstone at £32,500,000.

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St James’s Park: £33,500,000

Neighbouring Buckingham Palace on Queen Anne's Gate in St James's Park is a resplendent six-bedroom period house with three reception rooms, seven bathrooms, a day time porter, private garden, and a 40-foot ballroom.

According to agent The Cloister, the £4 million+ stamp duty will be paid for by the seller. That's no small saving. But you'll still need £33,500,000 to take this property off the market.

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Belgravia: £35,000,000

In posh Belgravia is this elegant eight-bedroom, Grade II listed, double-fronted Chester Square home refurbished to an uber-luxury modern standard inside.

There are eight bathrooms, a cinema room, a treatment area, a sauna, swimming pool, seven reception rooms, a roof terrace, and more across its 9,627 square feet of living space. It's on the market with Knight Frank for £35,000,000.

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Knightsbridge: £50,000,000

Situated in the Candy Brothers' most famous development, One Hyde Park in Knightsbridge, this 8,412 square foot luxury apartment has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and three reception rooms.

The property, which spans an entire floor of the block, overlooks the greenery of Hyde Park at the back and the bustle of Knightsbridge at the front. The property also benefits from services provided by the neighbouring Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

There's also a concierge, cinema, spa, golf simulation, library, and private parking. It's yours via Knight Frank for £50,000,000.

Gallery: Take a tour inside the Blade Runner house, on sale for $23m (Lovemoney)

a view of a stone building with Ennis House in the background: Arguably one of the most celebrated pieces of architecture in America, Ennis House was made famous by its starring role in Blade Runner, among other Hollywood hits. Now on the property market, one lucky buyer can snap up this architectural masterpiece for a cool $23 million (£18m). From the glitz and glamor of the silver screen to teetering on the brink of destruction, let's take a tour of this iconic building and uncover its fascinating and fraught history.

Westminster: £60,000,000

Along Buckingham Gate, overlooking Buckingham Palace itself, is what agent Rokstone describes as a "trophy house." The vast seven-floor 19th century building spans 15,845 square feet.

Though Grade II listed, and retaining much of its period charm, the house has been modernised throughout. The property comes with six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, six reception rooms, staff quarters, a treatment room, a media room, sauna, and swimming pool.

Currently the most expensive home on the open market in London, at £60,000,000 this is a home for billionaires.


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