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Hurley and Spink

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.

 

Hurley and Spink – 25 Redcliffe Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 9NP - £4.75 million through Kaye and Carey
25 Redcliffe Road, Chelsea London, SW10 9NP

 

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 Borodin25 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”.

 

Hurley and Spink – 25 Redcliffe Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 9NP - £4.75 million through Kaye and Carey
This dramatic staircase is the centrepiece of the 3 bedroom, 2 reception room house
Hurley and Spink – 25 Redcliffe Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 9NP - £4.75 million through Kaye and Carey
The main reception room is currently used to showcase an impressive art collection
Hurley and Spink – 25 Redcliffe Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 9NP - £4.75 million through Kaye and Carey
A floorplan of the five floor property
Hurley and Spink – 25 Redcliffe Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 9NP - £4.75 million through Kaye and Carey
Mike Spink bought Park Place near Henley for £42 million in 2007 and sold it to Andrey Borodin for £142 million in 2011 after a renovation that was reported to have cost £100 million
Hurley and Spink – 25 Redcliffe Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 9NP - £4.75 million through Kaye and Carey
Liz Hurley pictured leaving her London home with her then partner Shane Warne
Hurley and Spink – 25 Redcliffe Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 9NP - £4.75 million through Kaye and Carey
Russian oligarch Andrey Borodin pictured with his wife Tatiana. Granted political asylum in the UK in February 2013, he describes himself as a “financial expert, banker, economist and businessman”

 

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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20 comments on “Hurley and Spink”

  1. Another nice house that has been ruined, and turned into a library, come rest-home. Stairs cutting across windows !! This part of Fulham is very boring and middle class, not a place anyone would really want to live.

  2. Would like it, but have a ‘ two lifetime ban ‘ from Brinkley’s around the corner for bad behaviour

    Well according to John Brinkley ‘ understandable behaviour ‘ having panned his tall French barman for pulling my chair from under me, and manhandling me – after my colon cancer operation, when I was ten stone eight dripping wet

  3. Well done Martin, excellent effort, I am sick of rude arrogant bar staff who think they are better than their customers.

  4. He’s a dissident….in other words he abstracted a fortune.
    A ‘hottie’ ? Rod, don’t make yourself seem more common than you can possibly be.
    You have a face like a very ugly backside and I doubt the lady would be interested in a suburban Melbourne slob with a huge beer gut and yellowing teeth.

  5. On the subject of unpleasant and common people….

    How does the frightful Hurley do it?
    She pretends to be grand when in reality her father was an Irish major in the Royal Corps of Transport: nothing wrong with that but, as a ‘made up’ NCO , he is hardly Guards material.
    She has a reputation for being obnoxious with those she considers beneath her.
    But, how on earth did she build this property fortune on the back of a lacklustre acting career?

  6. Yes I have met Liz Hurley but I am not a close friend of hers. We have mutual friends and she has always been delightful and pleasant in our brief encounters.

    As for Chelsea, no, I live in Knightsbridge but that’s not far away and in the same borough. I don’t live anywhere near West Kensington or Fulham (before you suggest such).

  7. Mike Spink was destroyed by Mike Tyson in one round. He gave me the impression that he was not capable of designing a toilet. Never judge a book by the cover.

  8. Yolanda
    You sound the sort of person who might boast of having ‘personal friends’
    Can someone please explain the difference between ‘friends’ and ‘personal friends’.

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