St Saviours House is a unique building that has been converted into an extraordinary modern home.
The original building was designed in 1838 by the renowned architect George Basevi, who also designed the houses of Belgrave Square.
Today, this fabulous building has been comprehensively refurbished to create a single house of approximately 12,000 sq ft/1,125 sq m. The principal feature of the house is the dramatic 42ft/12m vaulted ceiling in the main living area with original stone pillars and oak beams providing a stunning area for comfortable living and spectacular entertaining unlike any other home in London.
The property also includes seven bedroom suites, glass lift and a whole floor dedicated to leisure which provides a swimming pool, gym, treatment room, sauna, steam room, and media room with bar area. There is also private parking for three cars.
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St Saviour's House represents a rare opportunity to purchase an unusual low-built house with spectacular volume in prime central London.Alex Christian