This lovely apartment, dubbed Chesham Place, is located in the Belgravia section of London, United Kingdom. It consists of two flats that total approximately 5,204 square feet of living space. It is listed at £22,500,000 or $35,442,000.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

Occupying the entire first floor and including a two storey extension over No. 2 Lowndes place, it offers stately reception rooms with high ceilings ideal for entertaining on the grand scale. There is also a spacious staff/guest flat comprising kitchen, sitting room, master bedroom, bathroom, second bedroom , shower room which has been modernized.

Main flat: reception hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, media/cinema room with en suite dressing room, kitchen/breakfast room, guest wc, master bed with e/s bathroom, e/s shower and 3 e/s dressing rooms, gallery, guest bedroom with e/s bathroom, bed 3 with e/s shower room. Staff/guest flat: sitting room, master bed, bathroom, bed 2, shower room, kitchen.

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  • Chance

    No matter the location, I couldn’t spend $35 million on 5,000 square feet. I know London is one of those places (Manhattan, Paris, Monaco, etc), but I just couldn’t do it. The apartment itself does look nice though, tasteful.




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  • Daniel

    Beautiful! I love the dark bedroom and those chandeliers. This isn’t Candy and Candy though, is it? It has a few bits that look like their work but as a whole it still isn’t up to their level.




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  • Venom

    Custom chandelier in one room, crown molding in another and leather walls in the bedroom. Where is the $35 million worth of wow. It is an apartment, no apartment has ever or will ever wow me. I will never be impressed with somewhere where I have to share walls with someone else, have no private backyard and people can hear me arguing with my wife.

    All that money and you still have no privacy. You have two bedrooms right above the master and then everything else is still more or less on the same floor.
    That is a lot of money to spend on a cold crappy place like London.




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    • Daniel

      How about this triple-penthouse in Los Olas Riverhouse (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)? The only space it shares with another apartment is the ground floors floor. Contemporary it is, but I think I’d be pretty impressed living 42 floors above the peasants.

      http://interiorsbysteveng.com/contempary/contempary.html




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    • Barney

      You’re LITERALLY IMPOSSIBLE, Venom 🙂 Methinks that you would call HEAVEN a SHITHOLE.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I’m really not impressed. Sure, it’s quality work, but it’s a bit boring, and the dark master is ugly. The floor plan looks supremely uncomfortable…the shape resembles a limp spaghetti noodle that’s been dropped on the floor…wiggly and long. I know that can be one of the peculiarities of apartment layouts, but it ends up looking (and probably feeling) awkward. And I don’t think I have to go into the lunacy that is London pricing.




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  • Grrrowler

    I think it’s great. For the price I’d like more square footage, but as a pied-à-terre it’s nice, and it’s in one of the best locations in London, even if the city is a “cold crappy place.” If I had a billion dollars and wanted a non-primary residence in London, I would take this.




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  • Stewie

    Gorgeous place.
    But HOW MUCH?




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    • Stewie

      I meant, HOW MUCH!!!?? like this btw.
      Before someone comes and says £22.5m to me lol




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