£19M LONDON MANSION BUILT FOR THE TREASURER TO QUEEN VICTORIA, FOR SALE
Providing 7,483 sqft of living space, a fully restored Grade II listed five bedroom Kensington townhouse in Cranley Gardens, originally the grand London home of Lord de Tabley (1811-1887), treasurer to HM Queen Victoria, which has hosted a Prime Minister and aristocrats, is for sale via sole agent Beauchamp Estates.
The late Victorian townhouse in Cranley Gardens was originally built in 1873-1875 with an elegant brick and stucco quoins façade with Doric portico and first floor balcony, designed in Neo-classical Italiante style by architect Charles Henry Thomas and constructed by renowned Kensington developer Sir Charles James Freake (1814-1884). Part of the Onslow Square masterplan development, Cranley Gardens is named after Viscount Cranley, one of the titles held by the Earl of Onslow, the historic landowner.
Offering substantial accommodation over sub-basement, …
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