Winston Churchill’s home still on the market for £23 million in London
The Kensington home of Sir Winston Churchill, located in 28 Hyde Park Gate where the former prime minister lived and died, has been put up for sale for £22.9 million (roughly $36.5 million) in London.
Sir Winston Churchill and his wife, Baroness Spencer-Churchill, purchased the home in 1945 where he and Clementine lived from 1945 until his death in 1965. In 1951, he became Prime Minister once again, and they lived at 10 Downing Street from 1951 to 1955, before returning to 28 Hyde Park Gate.
Read the listing description of Strutt & Parker ;
An exceptional and very special seven bedroom family house, situated in this most prestigious and sought after street, with the most sensational 55 ft long west-facing garden.
This impressive and very wide family home occupies approximately 5,763 sq ft and is cleverly arranged over four floors, with wonderful entertaining space, including a fabulous drawing room with doors leading onto the garden.
28 Hyde Park Gate was formerly the home of Sir Winston Churchill and his wife Baroness Spencer-Churchill and is ideally located, a short walk from the beautifully kept grounds of Kensington Gardens.
“This is one of the most historically significant homes currently for sale in prime central London,” said James Gow, Partner at Strutt & Parker in Kensington, to LLNYC, “It’s a very special house.”
Marketing by: James Gow, Partner at Strutt & Parker , Kensington