Style Icon Lee Radziwill’s Former London Home Near Buckingham Palace Seeks $11.6M

Few people have lived a life as fabulous as the late Lee Radziwill. A fashion icon and the sister of Jackie Kennedy, Radziwill was a socialite, public relations executive, interior designer, and princess in her lifetime. Such a stylish life also included stylish homes, and while Radziwill no doubt had many, her London home of the 1960s and 1970s is one of the most impressive. Now asking £8.75 million, or approximately $11.6 million, the double-fronted house still has plenty of glamour in its good bones left for a new owner.

Located on Buckingham Place, not far from Buckingham Palace, Radziwill and husband Prince Stanislaw Radziwill were known to entertain Jackie Kennedy and JFK during their visits to England. Lee later recounted to T Magazine, “We had this divine house on Buckingham Place behind the Palace and the prettiest country place in Oxfordshire. Mongiardino decorated. It was enchanting.” Renzo Mongiardino’s stylings of the home were even covered in Vogue.

No less stunning today but more sleek than opulent, the Georgian-style home is now bright and modern. It offers 8 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and 3 reception rooms across five stories. A decked roof panel then provides a perch to take in the sights of London.

Dexters Westchester holds the historic and spacious listing at 4 Buckingham Place.