Michael Flatley's former Knightsbridge home has gone on sale for £18.5m - and it's an impeccable, opulent, interior-designed property located in a prime position.
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Occupying an elevated south-facing position, this elegant Georgian townhouse enjoys an abundance of natural light, with many of the principal rooms benefiting from an exceptional outlook across the tranquility of a private garden square mixed with the vitality and excitement of Knightsbridge.
This Grade II listed townhouse has been fully renovated and extended, with immense care taken to preserve both the character and heritage of the house, whilst seamlessly integrating the state-of-the-art innovation and bespoke designrequired to satisfy the demands of modern day luxury family living.
Exquisitely finished, the property encompasses every aspect that you would expect from a townhouse of this quality - and more.
Only the finest materials and craftsmanship have been utilised to deliver the ultimate turn-key experience designed and implemented by the renowned interior design studio 1508 London.
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As well as a five-person lift, there's bespoke joinery throughout, luxury heated marble floors and staircases, silk wallpapers, and full refurbished original monkey tail staircases.
Simon Scott, Sales Manager at Hamptons International Knightsbridge and Mayfair comments: ‘They say, it’s the luck of the Irish, and this house has it in abundance. It is the former home of Michael Flatley, internationally known for Irish dance shows Riverdance, Lord of the Dance , Fleet of Flames and Celtic Tiger Live, the house has been beautifully restored by its current owners.'
He continues: 'Redesigned by 1508 London, the house is the epitome of luxury London living, from statement Art Deco marble bathrooms with gold taps, through to the bespoke chandeliers that hang next to original surrealist artworks.
'The house has been decorated in a palette of rich cremes and off-white, with Crittal screens that frame rooms or antique mirrors that amplify the natural light which pours through the central atrium.
'With Knightbridge on the doorstep, along with great schools including Knightsbridge School and the future Prince’s Gardens Preparatory School in Prince’s Gate, I suspect it will go to a family either already living in the area or migrating to be closer to these schools.'
The property is on sale via Hamptons for £18,500,000.
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Ruth Doherty is an experienced digital writer and editor specializing in interiors, travel and lifestyle. With 20 years of writing for national sites under her belt, she’s worked for the likes of Livingetc.com, Standard, Ideal Home, Stylist and Marie Claire as well as Homes & Gardens.
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