Location: Courtenay Avenue, Kenwood, London, England, UK

Square Footage: 14,253

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms

Price: £25,000,000 or $39,192,500

This newly built brick mansion is located on Courtenay Avenue in Kenwood, London, England, UK. Like most London new builds, it features a very traditional exterior with completely modern interior. This one also goes a bit further. It features a traditional front facade and a modern rear facade with floor-t0-ceiling glass sliding walls. There is approximately 14,253 square feet of living space on 4 floors. The 1st floor features a 2-story foyer with staircase, home office with fireplace, formal dining room with butler’s pantry, formal living room with fireplace, modern gourmet kitchen, family room, pantry with 2nd kitchen and a 3-car garage. The 2nd floor features the master suite with private terrace and 2 bedroom suites. The 3rd floor features an additional 2 bedroom suites and a terrace. The lower level of the home features a maid’s bedroom, home theater/game room, plant room, music studio, gym, indoor swimming pool with spa, changing room and sauna and a wet bar. The backyard features a stone patio with sitting and dining areas.

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  • Sam

    Wow, the front and back facade are completely disconnected from eachother, they look like 2 separate houses. Anyway, the interior is near perfect and it kind of reminds me of The Manor’s interior after Petra Ecclestone renovated it.




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  • Grrrowler

    A traditional exterior with a Candy & Candy inspired interior. How original. Having the rear facade be totally different than the front is a new twist, but not one that I like. The exterior is, to my eye, much more attractive than the front, and I would appreciate the entire house more if the whole thing were styled like the back. The interior really wouldn’t be bad if the style weren’t so common in multimillion pound English houses, and it would fit so much better if the entire exterior were modern.

    Can it be? Is that really truly a butler’s pantry in a proper location in a newly-built English house? Will wonders never cease?!




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  • Daniel

    Yawn.




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  • Bill_in_NY

    I’m shocked no one spoke up about the interior colors. Too much use of dakrk chocolate, dark grey and black. The small amount of sunlight that does enter gets absorbed into the walls and just dies. All-in-all, a very gloomy house.




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    • Teddi

      I think no one mentioned it because it’s pretty much the same in every single London C&C-esque house. It’s no different from the dozen or so that have been put up. Par for the course.




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  • Venom

    What a garbage home. As far as I am concerned the only homes you should buy in England at anything above $10 million are proper British estates with proper British interiors and exteriors, acreage and gardens.




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