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A Big Priced Basement

Cadogan Square flat for sale for a sum that, if achieved, could make it the most expensive subterranean home in London; it is offered at a price that equates to £2,130 per square foot

 

Created from the merger of two flats, one of which was marketed for £3 million ($3.8 million, €3.5 million or درهم14.1 million) in 2013, a basement apartment in Cadogan Square, Knightsbridge has gone on sale for the staggering sum of £6.25 million ($8.01 million, €7.35 million or درهم29.42 million).

 

Possibly one of the most expensive subterranean homes in London, if not the world, the 2,933 square foot remodeled apartment comes with a Moroccan themed courtyard garden and includes not only 2 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, but also a coffee bar, a television room and a steam room. It is described as providing a “flexible living” space.

 

The share of freehold property is offered by Strutt & Parker and situated within a Grade II* listed building designed by the Scottish architect Richard Norman Shaw (1831 – 1912) in 1883.

 

A Big Priced Basement – Basement flat at 62 Cadogan Square, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 0EA – £6.25 million ($8.01 million, €7.35 million or درهم29.42 million) through Strutt & ParkerA Big Priced Basement – Basement flat at 62 Cadogan Square, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 0EA – £6.25 million ($8.01 million, €7.35 million or درهم29.42 million) through Strutt & ParkerA Big Priced Basement – Basement flat at 62 Cadogan Square, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 0EA – £6.25 million ($8.01 million, €7.35 million or درهم29.42 million) through Strutt & ParkerA Big Priced Basement – Basement flat at 62 Cadogan Square, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 0EA – £6.25 million ($8.01 million, €7.35 million or درهم29.42 million) through Strutt & Parker

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6 comments on “A Big Priced Basement”

  1. What?????????????????? Craaaaaaaaazzzzzzzzy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No way would I want to live in this dump!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Madness!!!!!!!!!!!!! Madness!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lock up whoever came up with this price!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Immediately!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Immediately!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. It is suprisingly light and not at all like most basement flats. £2000 psf to live in Cadogan Square is not bad. It is worth it for the address alone.

  3. Bloody crazy, I know we say Location, Location, but it’s a mad price for a basement. Also looks like it could be a candidate for flooding, and feels a bit like a rabbit warren.

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