Merely a short walk away from London’s Kensington Gardens, this charming brick estate teases us with its classic beauty and incredible amenities. Once home to former British prime minister Sir Winston Churchill, the stunning property before you is on the market for £23 million right now or just $28.15 million, since the British pound went down a lot lately – a small price to pay for an extraordinary piece of history.
Located on one of Kensington’s most prestigious streets, this luxurious estate offers 5,763 square feet of living space, spread over four levels, with seven bedrooms, five full baths and plenty of surprises. But the best thing in our books is that this home at 28 Hyde Park Gate is complemented by a beautiful west-facing garden stretching 55 feet, while a terrace acts as the delicious cherry on top.
The interior spaces include multiple living rooms, a dining room, a drawing room opening to the garden, as well as a wine cellar, each of them beautifully embellished with a refined color scheme and a lavish décor. Churchill lived at 28 Hyde Park Gate with his wife baroness Spencer-Churchill, and spent his last days in this opulent property.
Sir Winston Churchill played a major part in WWII as the prime minister of the United Kingdom between 1940 and 1945, and he held that role again from 1951 to 1955. He was also a notable writer, as well as an artist and officer in the British army and he even won the Nobel Prize for literature back in 1953. Owning this property could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.