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Specifications

Staff Accommodation & Facilities

Grade II listed mews house providing garaging and staff accommodation

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Garage parking for four cars or limousines

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Substantial staff accommodation in the form of a living room, Kitchenette, bathroom, shower room, WC and five bedrooms

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Commercial kitchen, for chefs, staff and large-scale entertaining

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Walk-in pantry and cold store

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Private staff lift and back stairs

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Butler’s pantries on all floors

Specifications

terraced gardens

Magical terraced gardens over three separate levels

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New scenic glass lift connecting all levels

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Large terraces

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Lounge/sundeck areas

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Promenade areas

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Cascading water feature

Specifications

Main House

New master bedroom suite occupying its own entire floor

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Further six VIP guest bedroom suites

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A state-of-the-art private cinema

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After dinner bar with walk-in wine stores

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Large private family kitchen and breakfast room, opening onto a private terraced garden

Specifications

Main House

Ballroom, originally built in 1823, completely rebuilt and modernised in order to provide a magnificent palatial entertaining space that can accommodate a party of up to 200 people

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Principal rooms all have new cornices, ceiling moulding, architraves, wall panelling and polished plasterwork

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Creation of a large formal drawing room for extravagant entertaining, opening onto terraced garden

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Construction of a grand private library with reception/seating areas, bespoke shelving and cabinetry

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New main passenger lift and lift shaft and new server lift connecting the commercial kitchen to the entertaining rooms on two of the floors above

Specifications

Main House

Earlcrown excavated down to a depth of 30 feet (9 metres) to create a sumptuous spa and leisure complex

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Spa facilities include pool room with 49 feet (15 metres) swimming pool, lounge areas, spa pool, gymnasium, massage room, private hair and beauty salon and changing room with lockers, shower room and bathrooms

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Main mansion entirely reconfigured internally to create a super-prime residence of palatial proportions

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Entrance lobby with magnificent restored Regency architectural detailing and new cantilevered Portland stone staircase

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Main staircase moved to create spacious reception foyer

Provenance

The mansion at Upper Brook Street was originally constructed in 1736-42 but in 1819 was substantially extended and transformed into a grand private palace under the guidance of Philip William Wyatt of the famous family of architects.

Upper Brook Street has been the London home of the Earls of Pembroke, the 2nd Duke of Cleveland, Baron Cranworth, the Lord Chancellor of England, and Sir Strati Ralli, the industrialist and scion of the wealthy Greek merchant family.

In recent years it served as a commercial headquarters building before EarlCrown undertook to return the property to a magnificent private mansion with restored mews house and private terraced gardens: truly a palatial home ideal for luxurious 21st century living.


A PALATIAL LONDON RESIDENCE

An important 21,000 sqft (1,950 sqm) London mansion, with an illustrious history, which has been extravagantly and skilfully redesigned to create one of the capital’s most outstanding new superprime residences. The mansion effortlessly juxtaposes the elegance of London’s grand Regency architectural period, with contemporary design and all the requirements of 21st century living. Comprising main house, private gardens, separate mews house and garaging.