London Megamansion with underground art gallery listings for £110m


A giant 30,000 square foot mansion in London’s upmarket St. John’s Wood is now available to the wealthiest buyers with a list price of £110 million (US$123.5 million).

The newly completed home has been under construction for eight years and is exclusively purchased outside the open market, with viewings only granted to buyers whose identity and financial capacity have been verified, according to listing agency DDRE Global. .

The property comprises a main house and a separate cottage, which are linked by an underground art gallery, and has one of the largest private gardens in all of central London, the brokerage said.

As you’d expect, high-end amenities abound in the nine-bedroom home, designed by Timothy Hatton Architects, including an indoor pool in a cavernous three-height space, a home theater, a gym, a spa and games room.

The house spans 30,000 square feet.

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Other features include a kitchen specially designed for a private chef – with a chef’s kitchen table to make residents feel like they’re at a Michelin-starred restaurant – a horse-drawn carriage driveway with round-trip access, a three – garage for cars, a boundary wall for more security and privacy and accommodation for staff.

St. John’s Wood is a London enclave well known for its wealth and has been home to the likes of Sir Paul McCartney, Rihanna and Kate Moss.

The nine-figure listing follows another sky-high bid in the city. In Knightsbridge, a 20-bedroom megamansion is being quietly bought for around £200million by its billionaire owner, Hui Ka Yan, founder and chairman of beleaguered Chinese property developer Evergrande.

It has nine bedrooms.

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“As markets begin to contract, we will see a flight to quality,” said Daniel Daggers, Founder of DDRE Global. “As in 2008, it was the best performing residential property in its class which outperformed all other property markets. This was not exclusive to London, but a recognized trend in all global super-prime markets and which will remain true in 2023.”

Mansion Global could not determine who is selling the St. John’s Wood home, or how much they have invested.


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