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Making a Maisonette

Maisonette within building redesigned by eccentric architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis for sale for £6.75 million

 

Bladon Lodge in Boltons Place, SW5 was built in 1836 and remodeled by the acclaimed eccentric and architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis in 1928.

 

Making a Maisonette – Bladon Lodge, Boltons Place, London, SW5 0LQ – For sale through Strutt & Parker for £6.75 million ($8.7 million, €7.9 million or درهم31.9 million) – Remodeled by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis CBE, MC (1883 – 1978), home to Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887)
Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887) and Sir Clough Williams-Ellis CBE, MC (1883 – 1978)
Making a Maisonette – Bladon Lodge, Boltons Place, London, SW5 0LQ – For sale through Strutt & Parker for £6.75 million ($8.7 million, €7.9 million or درهم31.9 million) – Remodeled by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis CBE, MC (1883 – 1978), home to Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887)
The late architect was best known for having designed and built the Welsh ‘fantasy village’ Portmeirion; it was used for the filming of amongst other things ‘The Prisoner’

 

At one time home to an Austrian ambassador to London and the Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887), Bladon Lodge suffered bomb damage during the Second World War and is now divided into a number of apartments. One – that was previously marketed in August 2011 for £5.95 million ($7.7 million, €6.9 million or درهم28.1 million) – is currently for sale for £6.75 million ($8.7 million, €7.9 million or درهم31.9 million).

 

Created to designs by Swiss architecture practice CAPS by combining two units on the ground and lower ground floors of the building, the 3,349 square foot apartment offered consist of a large reception room with a mezzanine study over, a dining kitchen, a service kitchen, 4 bedroom suites and a utility room. It comes with a secured parking space and access to the communal spaces of Cresswell Gardens and The Boltons.

 

Strutt & Parker are the selling agents.

 

Making a Maisonette – Bladon Lodge, Boltons Place, London, SW5 0LQ – For sale through Strutt & Parker for £6.75 million ($8.7 million, €7.9 million or درهم31.9 million) – Remodeled by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis CBE, MC (1883 – 1978), home to Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887) Making a Maisonette – Bladon Lodge, Boltons Place, London, SW5 0LQ – For sale through Strutt & Parker for £6.75 million ($8.7 million, €7.9 million or درهم31.9 million) – Remodeled by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis CBE, MC (1883 – 1978), home to Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887)Making a Maisonette – Bladon Lodge, Boltons Place, London, SW5 0LQ – For sale through Strutt & Parker for £6.75 million ($8.7 million, €7.9 million or درهم31.9 million) – Remodeled by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis CBE, MC (1883 – 1978), home to Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887)Making a Maisonette – Bladon Lodge, Boltons Place, London, SW5 0LQ – For sale through Strutt & Parker for £6.75 million ($8.7 million, €7.9 million or درهم31.9 million) – Remodeled by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis CBE, MC (1883 – 1978), home to Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887) Making a Maisonette – Bladon Lodge, Boltons Place, London, SW5 0LQ – For sale through Strutt & Parker for £6.75 million ($8.7 million, €7.9 million or درهم31.9 million) – Remodeled by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis CBE, MC (1883 – 1978), home to Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887)Making a Maisonette – Bladon Lodge, Boltons Place, London, SW5 0LQ – For sale through Strutt & Parker for £6.75 million ($8.7 million, €7.9 million or درهم31.9 million) – Remodeled by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis CBE, MC (1883 – 1978), home to Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887)Making a Maisonette – Bladon Lodge, Boltons Place, London, SW5 0LQ – For sale through Strutt & Parker for £6.75 million ($8.7 million, €7.9 million or درهم31.9 million) – Remodeled by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis CBE, MC (1883 – 1978), home to Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887) Making a Maisonette – Bladon Lodge, Boltons Place, London, SW5 0LQ – For sale through Strutt & Parker for £6.75 million ($8.7 million, €7.9 million or درهم31.9 million) – Remodeled by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis CBE, MC (1883 – 1978), home to Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887)Making a Maisonette – Bladon Lodge, Boltons Place, London, SW5 0LQ – For sale through Strutt & Parker for £6.75 million ($8.7 million, €7.9 million or درهم31.9 million) – Remodeled by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis CBE, MC (1883 – 1978), home to Swedish singer Jenny Lind (1820 – 1887)

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4 comments on “Making a Maisonette”

  1. A bathroom like that could trigger an epileptic fit. After a heavy night it is enough to make anyone end up with the head in the lavatory bowl. The bomb didn’t do a good enough job and render Rod’s wrecking ball as unnecessary, and obviously the agents agree because they hid the view of the place behind a tree.

  2. A very odd mixture of interior design themes, none of them that good, and all of them vying for attention in competition with each other. You wouldn’t want to be showering in that bathroom with a hangover. The four sofas, rug and coffee table are hilarious. But a million quid in renovation costs could take care of all that.
    Yolanda, what do you think about the price?

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