An exquisitely designed period residence rich with royal connections has come to market, situated in Belgravia. Marketed by prime central London real estate specialist, Aldersley London, this remarkable six-bedroom residence on Chester Street was believed to have been formerly owned by Lord Louis Mountbatten, the late Prince Philip’s beloved uncle, in 1941.
Rumoured to have been occupied by Prince Philip whilst on shore leave from the Royal Navy, the Georgian property was later owned by the Princess Lee Radziwill’s ex-husband, Prince Stanislaw Radziwill, considered one of the most glamorous European aristocrats of the 1950s and 1960s.
On the market for £10,950,000, the property spans six floors and boasts a wealth of space including six beautiful bedrooms, each complemented with en suite bathrooms, as well as a grand double reception room on the first floor.
The residence embraces traditional Georgian design and has been meticulously renovated throughout to meet the demands of modern living, whilst reserving its opulent period charm. In addition to its enviable location, the vast property also boasts a cinema room, wine store, passenger lift and air-conditioning.
Edward Aldersley, managing director of prime central London property specialist Aldersley London said: “With an illustrious royal history and impeccably designed interiors, 15 Chester Street offers the epitome of prime central London real estate.
“With three other properties currently available by Aldersley London on Chester Street, we are delighted to have a monopoly of residences for sale on this exclusive street, presenting an exciting opportunity for ultra-high net worth purchasers to buy in this enviable Belgravia postcode.”