A STUNNING bed room best for health fanatics with its personal gymnasium, swimming pool and even a mini soccer pitch has gone in the marketplace for £19million.
The Victorian property in London’s unique St Johns Wooden has seven bedrooms and is only a stone’s throw from Lords cricket floor.
It’s positioned on the identical sought-after highway the place James Bond actor Honor Blackman and writer Thomas Hardy as soon as lived.
The raised floor ground consists of a research, open plan kitchen and breakfast room, a sitting room and eating room.
Flooring to ceiling glass doorways lead onto a 130ft backyard that has been landscaped to incorporate a soccer pitch/basketball court docket ‘for the children’.
The primary-floor consists solely of the master suite suite, together with two dressing areas and two bogs. The higher flooring present 5 additional bedrooms and three bogs.
Nevertheless, it is the property’s intensive facilities which will appeal to its new proprietor.
The home comes with its personal swimming pool, spa, gymnasium, video games room, media room, utility room and workers lodging with a separate entrance.
There’s a storage and gated driveway and the homeowners are additionally allowed to make use of on-street parking.
The property has underfloor heating and was designed by award-winning architect KSR, with interiors by Susan White of Iggi Inside Design & Structure.
Hamilton Terrace, which is in the identical space of London as Lords cricket floor, has been residence to plenty of notable folks, together with the engineer and designer of London’s Victoria Embankment, Sir Joseph Bazalgette, who lived at quantity 17.
Scottish artist William Strang lived on the highway in addition to actor Honor Blackman, author Thomas Hardy and the legendary cricket commentator, Brian Johnston.
Estate agent Daniel Daggers, who is selling the house, said: “It’s probably the best lockdown home that you can buy in north London or even central, it has all the amenities you could ever wish for.
“It was owned by a family who have enjoyed an incredible time there. Now their children have grown up and they don’t need as much space.”