This elegant refurbished apartment is located in Ennismore Gardens, Knightsbridge, London, England. It is located on the building’s ground and 1st floor. It features approximately 2,975 square feet of living space with a main hallway with stone staircase, formal living and dining rooms, home office, modern gourmet kitchen, sumptuous master suite with huge walk-in closet and marble bathroom and 2 additional bedrooms. It is listed at £14,500,000 or $22,743,294.

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  • Justin

    Not a big fan..

    Is anywhere really worth $7650/sq.ft?




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  • mak

    I don’t understand the juxtaposition of classical rooms with the bone jarring modern kitchen. It’s almost like the kitchen picture is a mistake the listing agent made by mixing up listing images.




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    • NOVA Ben

      That’s EXACTLY what I was just thinking.




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  • Daniel

    Frilly. Elegant, but frilly. Pricey too.




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  • Limedaiquar

    Its nice and Londony. But would it kill them to have a classical looking kitchen? .




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    • Kenny Forder

      I agree. It ruins the whole look.




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      • Jeff P.

        I love modern kitchens and bathrooms, but this one is too dark.




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    • NOVA Ben

      I hear that there’s a ban on traditional kitchens in England. The really hardcore enthusiasts actually smuggle traditional kitchens into the country, piece by piece, and rebuild them in secret rooms within their homes. They have an ultra-modern kitchen, but if you brush your finger across the right spot on the fridge, a secret door pops open and gives you access to the “real” kitchen. Crazy stuff. You don’t even want to know what they do to people whose traditional kitchens are discovered by the cops.




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      • Jeff P.

        LOVE it. That’s a dvr-worthy episode of 60 Minutes if ever there was one. 😀




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s nice in a “I want to pretend I’m royalty” sort of way. But, it’s too stiff and formal; the state rooms at Buckingham Palace look more welcoming. Personally, I don’t mind a more modern kitchen in an older home; it’s the same as putting modern light switches and thermostats on the walls. But, this one is just too modern. The price seems a little out of reason, even for Knightsbridge.




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  • lambskin

    I think it is beautiful. The kitchen reno is cool-I bet the owners wanted to do something so different since they probably feel constrained to ‘modernize’ the grand rooms.




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  • Chris

    Its nice, and I do like the paneling, but its too much difference. Maybe tone it down a bit? I love the bathroom though.




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  • Glynn

    Never mind the kitchen, what about the bathroom? Can you imagine getting up in the middle of the night and turning on the lights! And is it me or does it look like his & her showers?




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    • NOVA Ben

      I’d probably think I’d stumbled into “Where the Wild Things Are”.




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