Back in October of last year we did a post on this exclusive mansion located at One Cornwall Terrace in London, England. It was listed at a whopping $160 million and recently sold for £80 million, or just under $120 million, to a property tycoon. It is accessed via a carriage driveway with two gated entrances and is situated on an half acre of land. It was originally designed and built in 1821-3 by renowned architect Decimus Burton, supervised by John Nash who created the master plan for the Regent’s Park. It has been masterfully restored and features approximately 21,500 square feet of living space with 11 reception rooms (including formal living and dining rooms), 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, gourmet kitchen with beautiful vaulted skylight, self-contained apartment wit kitchen, massage room, gym, sauna, indoor swimming pool, catering kitchen, 2-car garage, landscaped grounds with formal gardens and more.

*Thanks to HOTR reader Leland Brown for the tip

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  • Daniel

    My my my. I guess I should stop underestimating London properties. I guess this means that all homes on Kensington Palace gardens are also well above the $100-$150 million mark?




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  • Matt

    I see no point of 11 reception rooms. For $120 million, and 21,500 sf, i would want more than 2 garage spaces.. just saying. Also, the interior is too modern and bland.




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    If a prospective new owner believes that walking is good exercise, this mansion would be for him, her, or them. You can walk for blocks in this mansion, without leaving for the out of doors. This mansions looks like some kind of high level governmental building for sure, you can also do plenty of walking on the stairs.




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    • Grrrowler

      It is large, but the mansion does not fill the entire building you see in the picture. There are multiple residences in the building.




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  • Grrrowler

    The price really doesn’t surprise me. This is definitely a trophy property. I love the bi-level garden and (like I said before) the location is excellent.




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  • Venom

    For out there this is somewhat of a deal I guess. Can’t believe a Russian or Arab did not buy this and it was an actual Londoner.




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  • ZigZagBoom

    Well, good for London. It is the defacto capital of Europe.

    If I were to spend that much money there, I’d want something a bit more visionary. Like my own train station LOL.




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  • Doug

    meh, can’t say I’m surprised at the price. The garden and all that is very nice, but the house itself doesn’t do anything for me. I don’t find it to stand out much from any other London properties. Also, why is the decorating taste in London always so terrible?




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