With a reputation for being one of the most important global cities in the eyes of ultra high-net worth individuals, London’s property market continues to thrive thanks to continuing demand from international investors.
Often hitting the headlines with record-breaking transactions, including the sale of a $121 million mansion in 2012, London has the second highest elite affluent population and was home to some 6,015 HNWIs last year – a figure that is expected to grow by 36% over the next decade, according to research by Knight Frank.
This historic mansion, which dates back to the early 1900s, is just one example of the many ultra-high end properties on the market in the British capital right now. In addition to 15 bedrooms, the Grade II listed home features restored period features, state-of-the-art amenities and modern materials.
Being marketed by Knight Frank for £65 million (around $106 million), this amazing property offers occupants the chance to settle down to a movie in the cinema room, which is lined in cream suede and fully equipped with a high definition screen and 7.1 surround sound, or even invite Andy Murray over for a game of tennis with their own court.