Broomhouse Lane home includes cinema, gym, sauna and swimming pool
The courtyard area of the six-bedroom house . Picture: JLL
A newly refurbished mansion on Fulham’s Broomhouse Lane, on the north eastern corner of Hurlingham Park is for sale with a price tag of £15 million.
As well as six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, three living rooms, swimming pool, gym, and cinema, the 9559 square feet property also includes staff quarters with their own entrance.
Estate agent JLL, which is marketing the mansion, describes it as a “substantial and unique six-bedroom house overlooking Hurlingham Park in Fulham. The house has undergone extensive refurbishment and is finished to the highest of standards.
“Arranged over three floors, the house offers six double bedrooms all of which are en-suite, formal living room with fireplace, generous sized office room with fireplace, very large open plan kitchen / dining / family room leading to the private opulent courtyard garden.
“Other benefits include heated swimming pool, gym, sauna and steam room, cinema, further dining room, staff entrance, CCTV and top of the range alarm system. There is also a gated driveway with space for two cars.”
The house includes a swimming pool. Picture: JLL
As well as overlooking Hurlingham Park, the house sits opposite Sulivan Primary School and is a two-minute walk away from New Kings Road.
It has been fitted out to the highest standard. Picture: JLL
This is the third time in the last 11 years it has been up for sale. In 2011, it changed hands for £4,225,000. That owner then sold it just three years later, in 2014 for £12 million - an astonishing profit of almost £8 million and a price rise of 182%.
The portico at the front of the property
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August 8, 2022