Redcliffe Road house by the developer of Britain’s most expensive home that is situated opposite the London residence of Liz Hurley offered for sale for £4.75 million
If you are not paparazzi shy and like the idea of the prospect of living across the road from Liz Hurley – whose turbulent love life has often been chronicled in images taken in this Chelsea street – you might consider purchasing a Chelsea townhouse in Redcliffe Road, SW10.
Completely redeveloped by Mike Spink – the man responsible for Britain’s most expensive house, the £140 million ($202 million or €187 million) Park Place at Henley, that is now owned by the dissident Russian oligarch Andrey Borodin – 25 Redcliffe Road was completely redeveloped twenty years ago. In the process, a “dramatic” steel, glass and wood staircase that runs top to bottom was installed. It has made the building much more liveable and with a total of 2,302 square foot of accommodation, this is what the selling agents describe as a “wonderful home”.
25 Redcliffe Road is offered by Matthew Kaye of Kaye & Carey with a price of £4.75 million ($6.85 million or €6.34 million).
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