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Mayfair mega-mansion on sale for £54.5MILLION with 12-bedrooms, nine bathrooms and huge swimming pool

A MEGA-MANSION with twelve bedrooms, nine bathrooms and a huge swimming pool is on sale for £54.5 MILLION in London's posh district of Mayfair.

The property's eye-watering price tag is 32 times higher than the £1.7 million it sold for in 2008.

According to the Evening Standard, the Grade II-listed townhouse's staggering price tag makes it the most expensive property to appear on the market since the coronavirus lockdown in March.

The palatial pad, fronted in Portland Stone, was built in 1732 and later refurbished by Chelsea-born architect Ralph Knott in 1908.

It has since undergone a lavish refurbishment funded by current owners Boss Holdings Ltd, who have added a modern touch while paying homage to the property's history.

The subterranean level boasts a 73ft long swimming pool, which is one of the largest pools in a private home in Mayfair.

It also comes with a private wellness centre adjacent to the pool - which is equipped with a jacuzzi, fitness studio, sauna and "home theatre".

There are five principle bedroom suites in the main house, including the master bedroom which occupies the entire second floor and comes with its own private roof terrace.

A huge dining room, located on the ground floor, can also comfortably seat 20 guests.

The mansion, which was previously rented out for £27,500 a week, also comes with an additional mews house dating back to 1869 - which lies just across the road on Culross Street.

It boasts five bedrooms, a kitchen, a family bathroom as well as a gym and garage for two cars.

Rob Windsor, director of agents Clifton Property Partners, along with Knight Frank, told the Standard that the property had previously been in a poor condition when it was purchased by the owners six years ago.

He said: "You could stand on the ground floor and look all the way to the top through the rotten floorboards.

"Now it really is the whole package, large freehold house, mews and lots of outdoor space.

He added: "Mayfair houses offering impressive period grandeur, self-contained leisure facilities, extensive private gardens and interconnecting mews accommodation are exceptionally rare.

"So, perhaps unsurprisingly, we’ve seen strong interest from both domestic and overseas buyers mindful of the quality and scarcity of houses such as Upper Grosvenor Street."

Mr Windsor added that the immediate vicinity is currently "undergoing an astonishing transformation with the Rosewood Hotel" which is soon to open its doors on Grosvenor Square.

The Square itself is also "set to be radically improved and enhanced", making Upper Grosvenor Street "one of the most sought after addresses in London".

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