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TALK OF THE TOWN: Petra and fiance Sam Palmer sell their Grade II-listed £170million home

Who lives in a mansion like this? 

It can only be Petra Ecclestone, heiress to a billion-pound fortune and lover of all things glittering. 

Petra and fiance Sam Palmer are selling their £170 million home ‘off-market’ and have recorded a revealing ten-minute video offering potential buyers the ultimate Through The Keyhole-style tour of their Chelsea mansion.

Petra Ecclestone and Sam Palmer have commissioned a video of their £170 million Chelsea mansion which they are hoping to sell offering potential buyers a Through The Keyhole-style tour

The clip, produced by Architectural Digest, shows mother-of-four Petra and Sam introducing people to their Grade II listed Georgian home, which has been transformed into a palace of gold and crystal

Bernie Ecclestone’s youngest daughter says: ‘This project took me five years to complete and is a home that I absolutely adore’

The clip, produced by Architectural Digest, shows mother-of-four Petra and Sam introducing people to their Grade II listed Georgian home, which has been transformed into a palace of gold and crystal.

Bernie Ecclestone’s youngest daughter says: ‘This project took me five years to complete and is a home that I absolutely adore.’

The first room featured is the foyer, featuring a giant gold drinks bar. ‘It’s for lots of parties that we do not have,’ the heiress quips. The tour goes on to explore the dining room, bedrooms and ‘wellness level’. 

The video also shows a 150,000-piece crystal chandelier and Petra’s vast dressing room.

The family spent lockdown at the eight-bedroom, 12-bathroom, 20,000sq ft home, which has some unhappy memories for Petra, as she shared it with ex-husband James Stunt.

The video also shows a 150,000-piece crystal chandelier and Petra’s vast dressing room

Petra says the family spend most of their time in the kitchen, which contains a 16ft-long fish tank – home to 64 species. It is one of the largest tanks in a private residence. 

Opposite is an island with a teppanyaki grill of the kind normally seen in top restaurants. 

Petra helpfully explains that it is where ‘your chef can cook’, but goes on to say that there’s also a second island for her to cook on – not, she admits, that she does so very often. 

The clip, produced by Architectural Digest, shows mother-of-four Petra and Sam introducing people to their Grade II listed Georgian home