Fall in love with the opulent London penthouse once owned by Hugh Grant
The three-bedroom property has ample space for luxurious living and a private outdoor space to take in iconic London views of the Thames and Battersea Power Station. After just a brief tour of this sprawling city residence, you’ll understand why Grant fell in love with it when he resided here towards the start of the 2000s.
While we cannot speak for the star of Notting Hill and Bridget Jones’s Diary, we believe it was a mix of the ultra-luxe design features, stunning panoramic views, and the rooftop terrace complete with covered sun deck and jacuzzi that may have enticed him to the property.
Offering direct lift access, the penthouse’s bedroom suites are complemented by a large semi-open-plan reception room which boasts wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows, meaning you can fully appreciate the vistas that surround the home.
Beyond the reception room, the dining area and kitchen lead onto the west facing terrace, arguably the jewel in the crown of this special property. The terrace enjoys views towards Chelsea, yet feels like a deluxe ski village, with alpine wooden paneling and well-manicured flora.
Just a short stroll to Hyde Park, Kensington Palace, and some of London’s finest restaurants and attractions, this exclusive property boasts an unrivaled location on the seventh floor of Petersham House on Harrington Road.
This property is offered at £7,950,000 and represented by Charles Findlater from the Knightsbridge office of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices London Kay & Co and Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices London Marler & Marler.