Formerly a doctors' surgery, the raised and lower ground floors of Number 73 Holland Park now enjoy the benefit of residential use providing the opportunity to create a magnificent private residence, subject to any necessary consents.
This offers an exceptional opportunity to create a significant and beautiful London home at one of the capital's most prestigious and sought after addresses.
These Grade II Listed classic white stucco double fronted villas, built between 1859 and 1879 by William and Francis Radford, provide some of the most impressive volume and grandeur of any private residences in central London and no.73 is no different. Positioned on the north terrace, its southerly frontage and 3.66m (12) ceiling heights ensure wonderful natural light that floods right through the 14.3m (47') full length reception areas which, in turn, overlook the substantial 20.4m (67') private garden at the rear. Furthermore, the lower ground levels with their 2.8m (9) ceiling heights, benefit from superb light, attractive views over and direct access into the garden.
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