Jackie Collins’ former London home goes on the market – and you won’t believe the price!

Jackie Collins' former luxury London home is up for sale - a snip at £11 million!

The former home of the late novelist Jackie Collins OBE is on the market – at a whopping £11.5 million!

The house resides in London’s desirable neighbourhood, St.
John’s Wood, where house prices average at £1.3 million. The property is a sizeable town house with eight bedrooms, five bathrooms and a large 112 ft beautifully manicured garden.

The romantic novelist Jackie lived in the property in the 1970s and 80s. Despite her later move to Beverly Hills and gaining her American Citizenship, London was her birthplace and she held a great affiliation for the capital.

So, what do we know about the property?

The semi-detached period home is located on the exclusive Hamilton Terrace and is neighboured by multi storey townhouses.

The property’s location allows prospective homeowners the glory of living in a quiet suburb of London that has a village charm, whilst only being a few tube stops away from the dizzy heights of the West End and City.

A study, kitchen and two bedrooms occupy the lower ground level, plus a grand conservatory offers undisturbed views of the unusually large manicured garden. Finished in pearly white, the sky lit room houses a glass-topped dining table seating 10.

Beyond the decadent floor, the ground level is made up of a private garden at the front of the house that is secured behind gates, and a large drawing room at the back of with views of the grounds.

Finished in dusky shades of slate and mink and velvet furnishings, the room, with Georgian cornicing and imposing windows, is the perfect spot to socialise or relax with the family.

Interconnecting doors allows the floor plan to flow effortlessly into a private den cased in dark wooden shelves that create a glamorous 1960s smoking room.

Another study and large suite occupy level one. Again, rooms are finished in deluxe marbled carpets and opulent fabrics in dusty dove colours. The array of period features that accent the rooms are plentiful and work in unison with bespoke furniture.

The magnificent London home is a striking pad – a perfect fit for the whole family whilst supplying numerous private spaces to curl up with a Jackie Collins bestseller.

And the cost for this luxury pad? A snip at £11.5 million. If you fancy some more info, check out the property on Zoopla.

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