No. 1 Grosvenor Square Goes For a Cool $252 Million

Got £140 million just lying around? No? You must be the bloke who just purchased No. 1 Grosvenor Square for AU$252.7 million, a soon to be finished penthouse that represents the second most expensive sale this year.

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No.1 Grosvenor Square

Taking over the home of the former US embassy, No. 1 Grosvenor Square isn’t just an expensive penthouse purchase; it’s a piece of history. Featuring a replica of the president’s office built by Joseph Kennedy, which is credited for encouraging a young John F. Kennedy to pursue politics. Housing British aristocracy since the 1700s, No.1 Grosvenor Square is opulence personified. Opening its doors to potential buyers after the embassy’s relocation to the London Chancery Building, project developer Lodha UK has confirmed its sale.

Alongside the most expensive penthouse purchase this year, the anonymous buyer has also snapped up two additional lower floor apartments to create a sprawling 15,600-square foot home right in the heart of London’s most expensive neighbourhood Mayfair. With such a gargantuan purchase, expect the median sale price in 2020 of £27 million (AU$49.16 million) to increase. We mean, it’s no wonder it’s the most expensive property in Monopoly.

Restoring the stunning Neo-Georgian façade to its former glory, Lodha UK constructed 40 apartments for the rich and famous to enjoy, along with Kennedy’s Oval Office. Delivering magnificent living by the world’s best designers, Eric Parry Architects and Yabu Pushelberg’s exquisite interiors combine to achieve an all-new level of magnificence in modern living.

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