This stately mansion is located at 100 Hamilton Terrace in St. John’s Wood, London, England. It offers a gated driveway with parking for two cars. As you enter the home, you arrive on the ground floor, which boasts a reception hall with staircase, formal dining room, drawing room and a study. The lower ground floor boasts the kitchen, breakfast room, family room, staff bedroom, another study and a playroom. The first floor boasts the master suite. The second floor boasts 4 secondary bedrooms and the 3rd floor boasts 2 secondary bedrooms. The lower level of the home boasts a media room, billiards room with bar, salon, gym, plant room and an indoor swimming pool. The grounds offer 2 gardens and lounge space. There is also a 2-story guest house that boasts a living room, dining room, kitchen and 3 bedrooms. It is listed at £37,500,000 or $58,957,500.

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  • Sam

    I seen this home a while ago, not sure whether I like it and the price makes it seem worse. The indoor pool is horrible, when I think of swimming I like to be outside or be able to see outside, it seems so stuffy and claustrophobic. Some of the other rooms arnt too bad, they remind me of Candy&Candy as do most London interiors now.. Wish there were some more exterior shots




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    • lambskin

      No windows= no swimsuits!




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  • Chance

    It seems that all London homes now follow this, as many are calling it, Candy & Candy interior. Personally I enjoy the styling, but it’s unusual that all the homes are like this.




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  • Grrrowler

    It does seem like there is a preponderance of very expensive London houses with this same interior styling. It’s not bad, but in this particular house it looks incomplete. I suppose it’s the lack of personal items like books and photos, but it could be lovely after a new owner adds that. For about the same money, I’d much rather have this than the Hadid house from yesterday.




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  • Daniel

    I like the interior overall, Candy & Candy inspired or not. Only issue I have is with the freezing dining room. A portrait of Jack Nicholson overlooking my dinner guests would be…awkward. Might as well paint “Never rub another man’s rhubarb” on the adjacent wall.




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    • Grrrowler

      I think the portrait of Jack is there to keep food costs down. I know I’d lose my appetite with that staring at me.




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  • NOVA Ben

    It isn’t horrible, but I’m not a fan of the overly sleek C&C-wannabe style of the interiors of so many expensive British homes. (I know, I know, I sound like a broken record). Not bad overall though. This place is effing huge! So is the price.




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  • Joejoe509

    Boring, cold, and expensive.




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  • Ed

    It looks like it should belong to one of the Ecclestone girls.




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    • ted

      you’re totally right.




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