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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Carlton Hill, St John's Wood, London, NW8

Guide Price £17,500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Reception rooms
  • 5 bedroom suites
  • Landscaped garden and 3 terraces
  • Leisure complex w/swimming pool & sauna
  • Kitchen and family room
  • Self contained staff flat
  • Cinema & Gym
  • 2 guest cloakrooms
  • Private gated parking for four plus cars
  • EPC Rating = F

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An iconic villa built c 1850 which has been fully refurbished and redesigned to suit modern day life.

This house is an imposing, detached and handsome period home, in St John's Wood within the local authority of Westminster. It is offered for sale having recently undergone a substantial refurbishment programme and ready for immediate occupation.


Carlton Hill is located close to the shopping facilities of St. John's Wood High Street and the transport facilities of the underground
station. The American School, Abbercorn School and Regent's Park are also nearby. By any measure, St. John's Wood High Street and the residential roads surrounding it are among the most charming, glamorous and exclusive in the capital. St. John's Wood High Street has a distinctly English Village feel, yet enjoys a cosmopolitan population and mix of restaurants and shops. St. John's Wood tube station (Jubilee Line) is just two stops from Bond Street in the heart of the West End and into the City.

The property is also situated moments from all the amenities of Maida Vale, Paddington, Little Venice, the picturesque Regent's
Canal and Lords Cricket Ground. Maida Vale Underground Station (Bakerloo Line) is within 0.5 miles, and Paddington Recreation
Ground with its children's play area, tennis courts, recently refurbished running track and various other facilities, is located within 0.3 miles of the property.


This property is situated in the St. John's Wood Conservation Area and has an interesting history, not only due to its architectural style and stature, but also due to its position and previous residents and neighbours. In 1732 the wine merchant, Henry Samuel Eyre, acquired the lands of St. John's Wood from the Crown, but it was not until the early 19th century that development started.

The catalyst for the residential development in the area was the laying out of nearby Abbey Road in 1824, later made famous by The Beatles.

In the master plan the commissioners allocated this plot of land (along with its neighbours) as an opportunity for a selection of architects to each build a home in a style which they envisaged would replace Georgian architecture (pre 1841) with a new style of architecture. This later became known as the 'Battle of the Styles'. 72, 74, 76, 78 and 80 Carlton Hill are renowned for having elaborate and unique architecture for the area and were test cases for a new movement of homes which would lead to the labelling of Victorian Mansion for the desirable and enviable Eyre estate.

In the early 20th century the adjacent building, 72a, became a sound recording studio and then film studio staying in use until 1970.

Square Footage: 8,956 sq ft

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04 June 2016

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