Property of the week: Stately Westminster home with rooftop views of key landmarks

May 16, 2019
Front door

This week’s property is a prestigious seven-bedroom house based in the heart of London, with remarkable rooftop views of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the House of Lords.

 

Rooftop view with landmarks
City view (via Knight Frank)

 

Stretching over 11,000 square feet, this early 20th-century building has recently been restored and refurbished whilst effort has been made to preserve the original work of London based architect, Horace Field.

 

Ornate gilt cupola
Ornate gilt cupola featured in the property (via Knight Frank)

 

The striking exterior demands your attention with its sheer size, standing over 15m wide. Its decorative stonework and columns framing the entrance adds to the majestic feel of the Grade II property.

 

Living room
Modern style living room (via Knight Frank)

 

On the ground floor a period staircase, dining room that can seat up to 16 people, media/ bar room, kitchen and terrace can be found.

 

Kitchen
Kitchen with a brave colour scheme (via Knight Frank)

 

A luxury 10m swimming pool, gym and spa area with a Jacuzzi are all located on the lower ground floor. This space is the perfect area to relax and unwind from the busy city life.

 

Swimming pool
Leisure area with spa, swimming pool and jacuzzi (via Knight Frank)

 

Moving up to the first floor, there is a modern living room, games room, drawing room and walk-in wine cellar.

 

Bedroom one
One of 5 ensuite bedrooms (via Knight Frank)

 

The property’s master bedroom is quite impressive, encompassing a profound dressing room with mirrors for every angle- every clothes obsessed person’s dream!

 

Dressing room
Dressing room adjoined to the master bedroom (via Knight Frank)

 

The imperial master bedroom comes complete with two, his and hers bathrooms decorated in the finest Italian marble.

 

Bathroom one
One of six bathrooms (via Knight Frank)

 

Four further bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms are situated on the second and third floor. The property even has a separate living space for staff including two bedrooms, a kitchenette and bathroom.

 

Drawing room
Drawing room located on the first floor (via Knight Frank)

 

This property is definitely for someone with money to burn and is on the market for £29,950,000 via Knight Frank.

 

Zynab Sandhu