What a blessing! Converted church in the heart of Knightsbridge with seven bedrooms, modern gym and SPA goes on the market for £44MILLION
- The property is a Grade II listed semi-detached former church in the heart of Knightsbridge, London
- Boasts everything from a gym, sauna room, home cinema room, seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms
- In keeping with its 19th century history, the property also features a vaulted ceiling and original stone pillars
A stunning seven-bedroom former church in the heart of London that boasts its own swimming pool and leisure facilities is currently on sale for £44million.
The Grade II listed St Saviours House in Knightsbridge, London, also boasts parking for up to three cars, a vaulted ceiling, original stone pillars and period wooden beams.
The incredible 19th century semi-detached property is currently listed on Right Move with Knight Frank.
At around 12,102 sq ft, the former church has plenty of room for ‘spectacular entertaining unlike any other home in London’.
St Saviours House (pictured), a Grade II listed converted church in Knightsbridge, is currently on sale for £44million
The seven-bedroom former church, which was built in the 19th century, boasts a vaulted ceiling, original stone pillars and a glass elevator (left) to help travel between floors
The ground floor boasts an impressive entrance hall which leads into a large, open-plan reception and dining room (pictured)
Located in the heart of Knightsbridge, St Saviours House is within walking distance of three underground tube stations and the department store Harrods can be found at the end of the road. Pictured, the living room
In addition to the impressive period features, the property boasts an entire floor dedicated to leisure, including the likes of a swimming pool, gym, treatment room, sauna, steam room and even a media room with bar.
Located in the heart of Knightsbridge, the extravagant building is within walking distance of three underground tube stations.
It is also ideally positioned to allow easy access to the multitude of shops and restaurants in the area, with Harrods department store being found at the end of the road.
With the property spread across five floors, a spiral staircase helps navigate the house as it winds its way round a glass elevator.
The converted 19th century church features seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and even enough private parking space for three vehicles. Pictured, one of the bedrooms
At around 12,102 square feet the brochure for St Saviours says the former church has plenty of room for ‘spectacular entertaining unlike any other home in London.’ Pictured, the stylish bathroom
The house has a number of dressing rooms and en-suite bathrooms, as well as plenty of storage space in the loft
The ground floor of the property is also home to an office, a study, a utility room, a main kitchen and a chef’s kitchen, as well as two bathrooms
The ground floor of the property features an entrance hall which leads into a large reception room, a study, an office, two bathrooms, two kitchens and a utility room.
An annex to the property also boasts a bedroom with an ensuite.
A master bedroom with an ensuite and a second bedroom which also features an ensuite bathroom and its own dressing room can be found on the first floor of the property.
Additionally, the first floor features a large reception room and another, smaller bathroom, as well as the spiral staircase and glass elevator access.
One entire floor of the converted church is dedicated to leisure activities, with one room having been renovated into a home cinema room (pictured)
An annex on the first floor houses another bedroom and a bathroom and a staircase leading to the second floor.
A bedroom and bathroom are also located on the second floor of the annex, while the third floor plays host to yet another bedroom with an ensuite, which benefits from a terrace and eaves storage space.
There is further storage space available in the property’s loft as well as in the mezzanine over the third floor bedroom, which also has its own dressing room.
There is plenty of space inside the house for cooking with both a main and a chef’s kitchen featuring in the property description.
The leisure floor is home to the swimming pool, gym, treatment room, sauna, steam room (pictured) and even a media room with bar
The £44million property also comes with a modern gym room (pictured), found on the same floor as the sauna and steam room
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