Monday, July 21, 2014
Unique Balfour Place has 19 bedrooms, six kitchens and 17 bathrooms
No.7 Balfour Place - an Arts & Crafts-style Mayfair mansion built in 1891 - was divided up into six apartments in the 1990s. But with the world's billionaires fighting over properties in the capital, it is likely to sell to a buyer who wants it for a family home. It has seven reception rooms of 'princely proportions', six kitchens, 17 bathrooms and a roof terrace. Estate agent Peter Wetherell said: "As apartments, it could be used as an investment to generate rental income. Reinstated into a single residence, it could create one of London's finest mega-mansions." No.7 Balfour Place is for sale freehold priced at Â£45 million.