A rental property on the doorsteps of Knightsbridge’s glamourous shops and restaurants has been described as the ‘most luxurious rental‘ currently listed online and is available for £40,000 a week.
The furnished property boasts seven bedrooms and four bathrooms across more than 9,000 square feet and six floors, with a lift servicing the main floors.
This white stucco property in Kensington is for rent for £173,334 a month, the equivalent of £2.08million a year
The property is being rented fully furnished and boasts some luxury interiors, including in this living room
Daniel Copley, of Zoopla, said: ‘This property is without a doubt the most luxurious rental property to come to the market on Zoopla over the past 30 days.
‘Not only does the property benefit from a fantastic location on the doorstep of Knightsbridge’s luxurious boutiques and restaurants – but it also has a spectacular interior over six floors which encompasses an interior lift, six spacious double bedrooms and an integrated state-of-the-art sound system.’
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The property boasts a lift and is available to rent as well as to buy – with a buyer’s price tag of £30million
The property has been described by Zoopla as the ‘most luxurious rental’ currently listed on its site
The modern kitchen has a central island with storage and a separate seating area for dining
The Kensington property is currently also for sale online, with a price tag of £30million.
The lower ground floor includes a reception and media room as well as a dining room and separate kitchen.
The grand entrance has a decorative staircase and cornices, as well as wood flooring
The designer dining room has a table that has enough space to comfortably seat 10 people
The entrance hall on the ground floor leads to a large living room, and there are more reception rooms on the first floor – but this time with a terrace and a balcony.
The main bedroom suite occupies the entire second floor with the remaining bedrooms on the upper levels.
An additional reception room and a walled roof garden are on the upper floor of the property.
The property has seven bedrooms, including this double bedroom with a modern chandelier hanging from the centre of the ceiling
The house has four bathrooms, including this one with designer coloured marble throughout
This dressing room occupies an entire room with plenty of storage space for clothes
The house is on Kensington’s Princes Gate, with the Royal Albert Hall, National History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum all nearby.
There are good transport links nearby as well with South Kensington Underground station less than half a mile away.