Location: Walton Street, London, England

Square Footage: 11,505

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 7+ bathrooms

Price: N/A (most likely around $50 million or so)

We first blogged about this home back in April when it was unofficially on the market; well it is now OFFICIALLY on the market and with more pics!

St Saviours is a church that was converted into an opulent mansion and is located on Walton Street in London, England.It was originally designed by Belgrave Square architect George Basevi in 1838. The Diocese of London sold most of St Saviours a while back for about £1 million. After that, only a small section of the church was still used for worship. The rest was bought by developers who turned it into a 4-story home that was owned for six years by Les Misérables and Miss Saigon writer Alain Boublil. He sold it for £13.5 million in 2009 to a Thai businessman who commissioned a second makeover costing an estimated £10 million and lasting almost three years.

It features approximately 11,505 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 7+ bathrooms,  bronze and glass elevator, spiral stone staircase, open concept living/dining area with 42 foot vaulted ceiling, 2 gourmet kitchens, gym, home theater, juice bar, glass enclosed spa with sauna and steam room and a 30 foot indoor swimming pool with hot tub.

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  • Daniel

    Interesting but that price (if accurate) seems very optimistic. Probably will be a tough sell because it’s so unique.




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  • Grrrowler

    I like the uniqueness of it, and I could see living in it. I think the modern interior would look better if more of the original architectural details were still intact. The interplay between the modern and the classical would make it more interesting. There is a church in Seattle that was converted to (smaller and much less expensive) condos, and I think they were more successful by keeping more original details, to the point of putting the original stained glass into sliding wood frames: http://liveatsanctuary.com/gallery/




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  • WrteStufLA

    I “street walked” this property on google maps and it is truly situated as a “trophy” property. The way it’s circled by Pont Street Mews gives it a real sense of openness. Given its Kensington location, this could be an amazing property for the oligarch crowd. Man-o-man — why wasn’t I born the son of a plutocrat?!




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  • Roberto Landi

    AMAZING !!! Love it




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  • Alayna

    Gorgeous.




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