This exceptional newly built Ambassadorial-style stucco residence is located on Avenue Road in St. John’s Wood in London, UK. It features 21,600 square feet of living space with 11 bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms, marble foyer with sweeping staircase, 10-person elevator servicing all five floors, grand formal living room, formal dining room, bespoke gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, family room with coffered ceiling, mahogany paneled office, playroom and more. The lower level and basement entertainment areas feature a kitchenette, teak paneled game room, home theater, temperature-controlled wine cellar wit bar and tasting area, gym, steam room, sauna, indoor plunge pool with spa, 2 changing rooms, hair salon, catering kitchen with dumb-waiter, staff quarters and a subterranean garage with car lift. The landscaped grounds feature gardens and a swimming pool. It is listed at £75,000,000 or $121,672,500.

*Thanks to HOTR reader Alex for the tip!

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  • Daniel

    I really love the interior of this but the exterior is a disappointment. So lifeless and dull with zero character. Price is even more outrageous than typical.




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  • Alex

    LOVE IT… inside and out. Looks so warm and homely compared to the many ‘Candy & Candy-esque’ London new-builds that are too black & white for my liking. Interiors are to die for. For the money though, I would want a much bigger garden.

    £21k+ sq. ft. this close to the city center is unheard of, and the idea of a 5 car garage accessed via a CAR LIFT is unheard of.

    All I need is the Euromillions to rollover a dozen-or-so times before winning it and I could buy and run this home comfortably.

    Looking and Google Maps (both aerial and streetview) and Bings birds-eye view, it seem both this house and the one next door are identical in shape and were built concurrently. Wonder how much it sold for (if it has been)?




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  • ted

    wow. this doesnt look like a new build at all. but i like it.




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  • NOVA Ben

    House located on Avenue Rd, near Road St. and Street Blvd. If you hit Lane Dr., you’ve gone too far.




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  • Grrrowler

    I’m still not liking the traditional exteriors with the modern interiors that seem to happen so often in the ultra-high-end UK market. I know British architects are capable of modern buildings, but maybe there are neighborhood restrictions to keep them from going up in some of these areas…?

    In any event, even though the exterior is really boring, the interior is decent. It’s got a lushness that a lot of the others we’ve seen don’t have. I have to say that I hate the kitchen; I’d like it better without the breakfast table in the middle of the space (although I know this is not unusual in English kitchens).

    As for the price, I’d much rather be in Knightsbridge or Kensington for less money.




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  • Chris

    Seems pricey for the area. Just saying.




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  • DC Scott

    That is insanely priced, but nothing out of London phases me anymore. There are quite a few similar homes in NW D.C. that would cost at maximum $5,000,000.

    This is actually not the worst interior I’ve seen in UK mansion. It has a bit of art deco feel, not quite as cold and sterile like some of these homes with nothing but high gloss white tile covering every inch of floor and sometimes even walls of these nasty British hodge podge houses. There is at least a bit of warmth to the interior of this one.

    Really though, would it be so difficult to design a nice British manor home with a country style kitchen and rich, traditional interior decor? That would be so refreshing.




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  • DC Scott

    Oh and the usage of the wool carpet across the pond looks to me like warn out early 90’s carpeting. Not very nice looking.




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