This stunning, Queen Anne's Gate Grade-I property in the heart of Westminster has been entirely restored and luxuriously decorated. And if you loved The Darkest Hour – this home was once occupied by Lord Haldane, former Chancellor and Secretary State for War – then you are sure like this historical property.
Just a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace and Big Ben, this townhouse is situated on Queen Anne’s Gate and is a brilliant example of early Queen Anne style, a brief period in architectural history prior to the mass development of the Georgian Age.
The property’s most unique feature is its double staircase – both are original features.
It also has a beautiful carved wooden canopy over the door frame as well as a blue plaque recognising that it was formerly occupied by Lord Haldane, former Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for War.
Thanks to its restoration, the property now counts luxuries including a cigar room, a huge master bedroom suite with his and hers bathrooms, and a vast underground kitchen and family room amongst its attributes.
The property’s stately formal dining room, professional kitchen area and staff room make it perfect for entertaining and, with the iconic Birdcage Walk at the rear of the property, it also offers fantastic views of St James’s Park.
This extraordinary Queen Anne's Gate property is available at a guide price of £17,950,000 through Dexters and Knight Frank.
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Jennifer is the Deputy Editor (Digital) for Homes & Gardens online. Prior to her current position, she completed various short courses a KLC Design School, and wrote across sister brands Ideal Home, LivingEtc, 25 Beautiful Homes, Country Homes & Interiors, and Style at Home.
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