As if living in the London townhouse Dame Julie Andrews formerly lived in isn’t incentive enough to purchase this $33 million rehabbed residence in the Belgravia area, the six-story mansion has quite the history: It has also been occupied at different times throughout the years by Mick Jagger, Nigella Lawson, and Margaret Thatcher. Andrews lived in the refurbished townhouse-style home, which is located in the exclusive Chester Square neighborhood, during the 1970s while she was married to her late husband, director Blake Edwards.
Measuring over 7,000 square feet with five en suite bedrooms on the top floors and a staff suite in the basement, the glamorous townhouse is truly fit for a dame – especially since its makeover. Marketing materials for the residence describe it as “Tom Ford–inspired,” and with a mirror-lined elevator, a 40-foot-long parlor-floor living room with French door access to two of the home’s five balconies, a whirlpool tub, and a sauna and steam room, it’s easy to see why.
The expansive property also comes with a formal dining room that seats a dozen or more, a minimalist kitchen and adjoining breakfast area, five full baths and two half baths, radiant-heated flooring, a two-car garage, a gym, a yoga studio in the basement, and a media area.