Seventh heaven – this divine Knightsbridge church conversion comes with a £50m price tag

You'll have to say your prayers before you step inside this luxurious church conversion: not only does it come complete with a cinema, gold leaf bath and a juice bar, it officially still retains its status as a place of worship

Fancy bagging yourself a mansion? You'll probably need more than your fair share of divine intervention to get your hands on this spectacular £50 million London bolt hole.

The former church, located in Knightsbridge - one of London's priciest postcodes - has been turned into a four-storey home featuring seven bedrooms.

church house living room with sofa set and tiled flooring

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Covering a huge 11,500sq ft, the house was sold 15 years ago by the Diocese of London for just £1 million after congregation
numbers to the church took a nosedive.

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It was
then transformed into a lavish city home complete with basement swimming pool. The plush pad was owned by Alain Boublil - a famous lyricist known for his work creating West End musicals Les Miserables (opens in new tab) and Miss
Saigon.

church house with living room having sofa with cushions

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In 2009 he sold the converted property and it now reportedly belongs to a Thai businessman.

Part of the church was retained by the diocese and continues to be used to this day for worship and community activities.

church house attic bedroom with bed and white cushions

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Although the house is not officially for sale, but it has been 'placed' with only a handful of super-rich people so they can register their interest.

The multi-million pound home features a 30ft swimming pool, hot tub room, private treatment room and a home cinema.

church house with swimming pool

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To travel around the opulent mansion visitors can use a plush bronze lift hidden inside a spiral
staircase. Other features include a sauna and steam room, juice bar and gym.

church house with sauna and steam room and white tiles

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Developers Rigby & Rigby describe the property as 'undeniably one of the finest private homes in Knightsbridge.'

The conversion still features the original beams for the church as well as nave columns and
mullioned windows.

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