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A town house situated in one of London’s richest areas, Park Lane, is set to become London’s most expensive student digs.
The property, being eyed by a rich student belonging to a Middle East Royal family, is worth a huge £12.5m and is available to rent at a whopping £16,000 a month.
At the entrance of the house you are greeted with a massive 10ft oak door, framed with frosted glass and bronze feature windows. Not only this but there is glass flooring in the front entrance of the house which opens up to the grand reception below.
The three-bedroom house is part new build,part refurbishment and provides a stylish over lower ground, ground and first floors. The luxurious furnishing and dressing schemes found within the spectacular home was created by Milc, the award winning design house which was established in 2004. Milc have worked on several projects including One Hyde Park; an indication of the luxury, quality and style of 80 Park Lane.
The luxuary pad is fitted with state of the art security and home entertainment systems. The 0.7 mile (1.1km) road runs from Hyde Park Corner to Marble Arch and overlooks the 350 acres of Hyde Park.
The home comes with some interesting history as well and was created by King Henry VIII when he enclosed the borders of Hyde Park in the early 16th Century. The very first houses were built along Park Lane in the 1720s, and it soon became the address of choice for aristocracy. Park Lane has provided homes for the Dukes of Westminster, Dukes of Somerset, the Earls of Balcarres and many more!
Peter Wetherell,chief executive of Wetherell said: “Park Lane is London’s most famous and prestigious address, an iconic location made famous by its enduring blue-chip status on the board game Monopoly. This luxurious triplex has the distinction of being the only townhouse with its own private front door on Park Lane, all the other homes on Park Lane being apartments. This property will appeal to an ultra-high-net-worth person from the Middle East or Asia, who wants to launch themselves into Mayfair society. It’s leisure living, a business base and the ultimate address.”
Worth an enormous £12.5 m, 80 Park Lane is not for sale but is available to let fully furnished for £4,000 per week, plus fees.