After a four year, multi-million pound construction project, Havona House in London’s Notting Hill has been listed with a £25 million (US$35.14 million) price tag.
Named after Plato’s perfect universe and inspired by classical Greek architecture, the 8,700-square-foot mansion, “is the largest newly built house to be constructed in Notting Hill in over a decade,” according to a news release.
Built by developer Albert Bridge Properties Ltd., on a site formerly occupied by a hotel, Havona House’s facade includes an entrance framed by two Corinthian stone columns and a limestone frieze carved with Ancient Greek wind deities, the news release said.
Inside, the home—which listed last week—has seven bedrooms, a spiral staircase, reclaimed oak parquet flooring, an elevator, a full-floor master suite, a balcony and a garden.
The property’s basement spa has an almost 70-foot long swimming pool—with a floor that can be raised to transform the space into a ballroom or banqueting room—along with a gym, sauna and hammam.
The home also has what the news release described as a “James Bond” parking system that transports cars on hovering, automated robotic platforms from the street to the basement.
“Havona House sets a benchmark for quality in the Notting Hill housing market by introducing a Mayfair level product into the marketplace,” said Becky Fatemi, managing director of Rokstone, the brokerage representing the property.
“There is a sustained demand for large family houses in Notting Hill, and the local marketplace is being transformed by new ultra-prime luxury residences, which in turn are generating premium values and sales deals,” she said.
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