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Property of the Day: Queen’s Gate Place Mews, Kensington

Home to Oscar-winning producers and Hollywood stars, Queen’s Gate Place Mews is one of London’s most iconic spots to live. And now you can own a slice of that glamorous life…

Situated in a calm retreat from Kensington’s busier roads and entered through a grand stone arch, the discreet Queen’s Gate Place Mews has a great history dating back to 1866 when they used to house the workers that made up the Queen’s Gate estate.

The mews were once home to Madonna and Guy Ritchie, as well as Oscar-winning producer Lord David Puttnam (best known for films like Chariots of Fire and Bugsy Malone). The picturesque mews have even featured in a number of films themselves.

The four-bedroom property on sale has been recently refurbished and offers more than 3,700sq ft of space over four floors, with three reception rooms, four bedrooms and five bathrooms.

Entering through the ground floor via the garage, an expansive staircase leads up to the first floor, which acts as the main living space complete with a spacious kitchen and dining room with a Juliet balcony.

As well as plenty of bedroom and bathroom space, there’s even a gym and fitness space, a steam and shower room and a luxurious cinema room with AMBX special effect lighting and surround-sound.

The mews have also been the home to Madonna and Guy Ritchie and have featured in a number of films

Outdoor space comprises a terrace on the first floor and a patio on the lower ground floor, as well as a living wall running along the side of the house to help you make the most of spring.

Surrounded by spots like Imperial College London, Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum, the location is perfect for culture lovers, plus Gloucester Road Station is a five minute walk away on the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines.

On the market with Russell Simpson for £6.45 million



 

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