A rather special Chelsea mansion has come up for a cool £30m.
Originally built in 1860 for the Gunter family to a design by George Godwin, the 8,000 square foot behemoth at 28 Tregunter Road has been completely rebuilt by London Projects over the last three years, and is now back in its rightful place amongst the area’s finest specimens.
Conceived, designed and furnished by big-name architect and interior designer Rabih Hage, the finished article sits on a prime corner plot and has “unparalleled” family and entertaining space, five chunky bedroom suites and a particularly successful leisure complex, featuring a sybaritic pool. There’s also a garden and plenty of parking.
A graduate of the École des Beaux Arts (Paris La-Seine), Hage has won all kinds of silverware for his work, including the Andrew Martin International Interior Designer of the Year Award 2011 and Homes & Gardens Award for Interior Design 2012. He set up his London studio in 2001 and was credited with kickstarting a whole movement with his Rough Luxe Hotel project in Kings Cross. Hage was also drafted in to design Galliard’s recent high-end PCL play, The Chilterns in Marylebone.
Here’s what he’s done with Tregunter Road…
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