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Monday, June 1, 2020

A Slumping Square

Eaton Square penthouse offered for £825,000 or 30% lower sum than it was marketed for two years ago; it comes with several catches

 

A penthouse in Eaton Square, Belgravia has gone on sale for £1.925 million ($2.483 million, €2.178 million or درهم9.121 million) in spite of being held on a lease with just 16 years remaining and being in a building with a Blue Plaque to the paedophile politician Lord Boothby (1900 – 1906).

 

A Slumping Square – Flat K, 1 Eaton Square, London, SW1W 9DA, United Kingdom – For sale through Savills for £1.925 million ($2.483 million, €2.178 million or درهم9.121 million) with 16 years left on lease. Paedophile politician Lord Boothby lived in the building until his death.
1 Eaton Square was home to Lord Boothby until his death in 1986

 

The fourth floor lateral flat – complete with colourful wallpaper and furnishings that would make even Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen blush – on offer at 1 Eaton Square spans two buildings and was previously offered for £2.750 million ($3.548 million, €3.111 million or درهم13.029 million) two years ago. It totals 1,202 square foot and includes a reception room, a dining kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a roof terrace.

 

For sale through Savills, the Grade II listed, portered apartment is subject to a service charge and ground rent totaling £10,000 per annum ($12,900, €11,300 or درهم47,400 per annum) also.

 

A Slumping Square – Flat K, 1 Eaton Square, London, SW1W 9DA, United Kingdom – For sale through Savills for £1.925 million ($2.483 million, €2.178 million or درهم9.121 million) with 16 years left on lease. Paedophile politician Lord Boothby lived in the building until his death.A Slumping Square – Flat K, 1 Eaton Square, London, SW1W 9DA, United Kingdom – For sale through Savills for £1.925 million ($2.483 million, €2.178 million or درهم9.121 million) with 16 years left on lease. Paedophile politician Lord Boothby lived in the building until his death. A Slumping Square – Flat K, 1 Eaton Square, London, SW1W 9DA, United Kingdom – For sale through Savills for £1.925 million ($2.483 million, €2.178 million or درهم9.121 million) with 16 years left on lease. Paedophile politician Lord Boothby lived in the building until his death.A Slumping Square – Flat K, 1 Eaton Square, London, SW1W 9DA, United Kingdom – For sale through Savills for £1.925 million ($2.483 million, €2.178 million or درهم9.121 million) with 16 years left on lease. Paedophile politician Lord Boothby lived in the building until his death. A Slumping Square – Flat K, 1 Eaton Square, London, SW1W 9DA, United Kingdom – For sale through Savills for £1.925 million ($2.483 million, €2.178 million or درهم9.121 million) with 16 years left on lease. Paedophile politician Lord Boothby lived in the building until his death.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Being on one level, this would suit a pensioner like me perfectly and I could perhaps see my days out there. I like the roof terrace very much and the use of colours is jolly and nice. The second bedroom does seem a little small but I only need space for one. Perhaps they could offer an OAP discount!

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