Look Inside a £58M London Townhouse Crafted by Top Design and Architecture Firms

One of the largest and most expensive listings at a cutting-edge British development has hit the market. The townhouse in London’s Chelsea Barracks is listed with the towering price tag of £58 million, or approximately $77 million. Custom designed by architecture firm PDP London, with interior design from acclaimed studio Albion Nord, the fully-furnished home seems to earn its asking price in a myriad of ways.

Keeping the land’s historic name, the development itself spans 12.8 acres that formerly housed a military base. A far cry from its past use, the homes standing today are lavishly appointed and spacious to a rare degree. This particular townhouse boasts a width of 32 feet, with 7 bedrooms and 7 full bathrooms encompassed in 14,956 square feet (this tally does not include 12,400 square feet of amenity space shared by residents of the development).

Of the townhouse’s fine interiors, Albion Nord’s creative director Ottalie Stride says, “The color inspiration for 2 Whistler Square was drawn from the restrained palettes seen in the Georgian era. Historically, the higher echelons of society saw more restrained palettes, and this was reflected in the light, neutral material selection throughout. The palette was also inspired by the house’s immediate local surroundings and the extensive green garden spaces at the Barracks.”

As well as having an elegant minimalist style, despite its maximalist price tag, the home comes with pristine private amenities. There’s a rooftop terrace, two-car garage, separate double-height Mews House, and a gym, spa, and indoor pool.

Will a buyer bite for £58 million? Knight Frank holds the beautiful but expensive listing.