This modern home is located in South End, Kensington, London, England. It features approximately 6,500 square feet of living space spread over 7 floors. The ground floor boasts an entry foyer with curved staircase, reception room and access to the backyard with gardens. The lower ground level is wear the main living areas are with a large eat-in gourmet kitchen, wine room and a spacious living/dining room. The 1st floor contains a bedroom suite while the 2nd and 3rd floors each contain 2 bedroom suites. The lower level of the home has 2 floors. The upper floor features a laundry room, gym, bathroom, sauna and an indoor swimming pool that can be converted, at the press of a button, into an integrated dancefloor for up to 60 dancers. The lower floor features a home theater, bathroom, wet bar and a vault room. It is listed at £16,500,000 or $26,682,146.

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  • Randy

    Horrible curb appeal , but a great surprise on the inside ! Looks like a fun entertaining house if you reframe from serving red wine . I love the pool and sextub !!




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  • Grrrowler

    The front facade is incredibly uninteresting; it’s definitely not one of the better looking townhouses in London. I like the interior. It’s more tasteful, and comfortable looking, than some of the other nightclub-style interiors we’ve seen in other London houses. It’s interesting that there’s no dedicated dining room, which would be a requirement for me in a house in this price range.




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  • ZigZagBoom

    I wonder if such deep excavations to obtain more space will start to be a trend over here? It seems like if their immediate neighbors did the same thing, it could start to cause foundation problems for all 3 residences.




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    • ZigZagBoom

      Also, with so many levels they should have slipped a small elevator in there. Maybe there wasn’t room but the smallest ones don’t take much space.




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      • The Last Man Standing

        To Zig

        They did include an elevator. Only those non English speakers called it a “lift.” It’s on the diagram.
        Which is silly, really. Unless you call it a “lift/drop.”
        Since I’m not a modern fan, the only thing I liked was the view out to the gardens. That was a nice space.




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        • The Last Man Standing

          OK, that’s odd. When I posted I get a bunch of WARNING WILL ROBINSON messages.
          Did I enter the self destruct code?




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        • ZigZagBoom

          DUH! I can’t believe I missed it! Yes, I would have recognized what ‘lift’ meant. It took up such little space on the bluerprints I guess I thought it was a closet or something.




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  • Joseph

    Well, I could care less about the interior, it is bland as usual. The exterior isn’t ugly but as a passerby, I would assume this is a dilapidated row-house. The building to the left looks like an old fire-station and the building to the left has an ugly warehouse styled door. The house isn’t bad, (especially the garden), but the mega-mansion price is idiotic for a house like this, no matter the location.




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  • Daniel

    Too narrow, too many levels, too plain, too expensive.




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  • jackmack

    The house is somewhat nice though I think I would prefer it took look nicer on the inside and outside in this it looks a little to modern to me. I like italian villa or rustic type homes this just doesn’t cut-it. overall nice though.




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  • Tom

    I think this house was featured on an English episode of super homes. It bought that home featured was in Mayfair and the master has a electric retractable skylight. I’ve been searching for this house for years since my HD deleted the episode. Thanks! TM




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