One of only two mansions on Park Lane, overlooking the 350 acres of Hyde Park, a magnificent six-bedroom London mansion with palatial French Empire interiors providing 10,940 sqft (1,016 sqm) of luxurious accommodation including a rare lower ground floor with a cinema room and double-height gymnasium and a pool floor with a 15-metre swimming pool and spa.
The property has an illustrious history and served as the London home of Frederick Hervey, the 3rd Marquess of Bristol, and renowned art dealer Henry Joseph Duveen, co-owner of the Duveen Brothers Art Dealership.
The fully modernised mansion has four reception rooms, a study/library, passenger lift from pool level to third floor, balconies, a garden terrace and planning consent for a new roof garden.
With interiors by renowned private palace architect William Henry Romaine-Walker, the property has some of the best cornice and ceiling details in Mayfair, with the entertaining rooms able to entertain up to 150 guests at any one time.
- Sauna and Steam Room - Massage Room - Juice/Cocktail Bar - White Wine & Red Wine Cellars - Three Floors with Ceiling Heights of Over 10ft (3m) - Three Floors with Ceiling Heights of Over 13ft (4m) - Staff Suite Providing Two Bedrooms -