Grand Registry: Top deals include £24m Holland Park villa and ‘iconic’ Primrose Hill mansion

Surveying November's biggest recorded transactions

A stunning villa in Holland Park was the most expensive resi deal recorded by the Land Registry in November, changing hands for a cool £24m.

The seven-bed pile on Addison Road weighs in at a whopping 9,000 square feet and has a 12m indoor pool, cinema room, staff accommodation, passenger lift, plenty of parking, and landscape design by RHS Chelsea Flower Show gold medallist Kate Gould.

The November data also confirmed the sale of an iconic mansion in Primrose Hill, which ended up going for £11.5m.

Smack bang opposite the celebrated north London hillock, the historic stucco-fronted six-bed has one of the most coveted positions in the capital, along with a good 6,000 square feet of voluminous internal space, off-street parking for three cars, and a passenger lift.

The same property was being offered at £14m not that long ago, so the new owners look to have picked up not only one of the area’s dream homes, but something of a bargain to boot.

Other notable deals lodged in November included freeholds on Belgravia’s Eaton Place (£11.25m), St John’s Wood’s Acacia Road (£7.5m), South Ken’s Thurloe Square (£7.3m) and Hampstead’s Fitzjohns Avenue (£7.13m).