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Living large

£27,500,000 for a flat in Knightsbridge


For the price of 110 average UK homes, a ‘high net worth’ individual can acquire an apartment in Lennox Gardens in Knightsbridge.


The apartment spans from 31 to 35 Lennox Gardens
The apartment spans from 31 to 35 Lennox Gardens
One of three reception rooms
One of three reception rooms
Another entertaining space
Another entertaining space
The kitchen
The kitchen
The roof terrace
The roof terrace

Laterally spanning three buildings and coming with an additional 2-bedroom guest or staff apartment, 33 Lennox Gardens has recently been redeveloped by the property titan Sir John Beckwith and his company, Pacific Investments.


The first floor apartment includes a total of 5,281 square foot of accommodation, 3 to 4 bedrooms and 3 vast reception rooms. A vast 70-foot terrace spans across the front of the buildings and amongst the facilities on offer are an on-site doorman for security purposes.


Savills seek £27,500,000 for the apartment.



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2 comments on “Living large”

  1. London should impose restrictions on foreign buyers just as Geneva or Zurich f. ex do, and it has worked very well. You cannot buy in Geneva or Zurich unless you have a residence permit and pay the relevant property taxes( and not only council tax). The price of Knightsbridge and other similar prized pockets is rocketing because of the ease of parking the floating money most likely acquired through shady means and no questions asked. The budget did not tackle the problem enough. The loopholes are too many and wide.
    However, a purchase of that price , brings already a lot to the Treasury through SDLT so nobody stirs the bubble

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