An exquisitely designed interval residence wealthy with royal connections has come to market, located in Belgravia. Marketed by prime central London actual property specialist, Aldersley London, this exceptional six-bedroom residence on Chester Road was believed to have been previously owned by Lord Louis Mountbatten, the late Prince Philip’s beloved uncle, in 1941.
Rumoured to have been occupied by Prince Philip while on shore go away from the Royal Navy, the Georgian property was later owned by the Princess Lee Radziwill’s ex-husband, Prince Stanislaw Radziwill, thought of one of the crucial glamorous European aristocrats of the Fifties and Nineteen Sixties.
In the marketplace for £10,950,000, the property spans six flooring and boasts a wealth of area together with six lovely bedrooms, every complemented with en suite loos, in addition to a grand double reception room on the primary ground.
The residence embraces conventional Georgian design and has been meticulously renovated all through to fulfill the calls for of recent dwelling, while reserving its opulent interval attraction. Along with its enviable location, the huge property additionally boasts a cinema room, wine retailer, passenger raise and air-conditioning.
Edward Aldersley, managing director of prime central London property specialist Aldersley London stated: “With an illustrious royal historical past and impeccably designed interiors, 15 Chester Road presents the epitome of prime central London actual property.
“With three different properties presently accessible by Aldersley London on Chester Road, we’re delighted to have a monopoly of residences on the market on this unique avenue, presenting an thrilling alternative for ultra-high internet price purchasers to purchase on this enviable Belgravia postcode.”