Victorian Era Hotel in London, England

Listing Description

"Rare & exiting opportunity to acquire a freehold building approximately (25,000 Sq.Ft) The property comprises two adjoining white stucco fronted, seven storey Grade II Listed buildings in need of complete modernisation. Held in a SPV this would make for a perfect development or hotel. Development options include converting back into a 60 bedroom hotel or reconstructing to residential use, subject to the usual planning consents.

With grand rooms spread over seven floors, the property is full of Victorian architectural features, including intricate plasterwork and an impressive staircase. This substantial building occupies a prominent corner plot in Lancaster Gate and is in a prime location on a parallel road to Hyde Park, with partial park views.

The property is conveniently located close to both Lancaster Gate (Central Line) and Bayswater (Circle and District Lines) underground stations. There are many shops and other amenities in the vicinity. Oxford Street, Mayfair and Westbourne Grove are all easily accessible.

The building covers this prominent corner plot in Lancaster Gate and is located in the most prime of locations being parallel to Hyde Park.

Viewings strictly by appointment only."

OHDO Notes

Built by developer John Kelk in 1862. In the 1920's it became The Averard Hotel.

Location: The Averard Hotel, Lancaster Gate, London . At the time of this post, showing priced on application but another website lists it at high $20 million pounds.. For more information on this property contact Ernest-Brooks International .

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    Miss-Apple37

    I love London’s white stuccoed terrace houses, they look so grand! I believe that very few of them remain unconverted to multi-units dwellings. Housing is so expensive in London and rent has to be paid each week.

    The decor in this former hotel is highly unusual imo, i guess it was created when it was a hotel. I don’t think (but i may be wrong) that it would have looked like this originally.

    I stayed in this area (Queen’s gardens, near Bayswater, behind Lancaster gate area, in a hostel that is now a grand hotel: https://goo.gl/maps/DeWVUPVnYc12) for 3 weeks in 2016. It’s a nice lively area (Queensway is a bustling street with varied shops and several “exotic” shops and restaurants — we would go every other day smoking hookah in a Morrocan tea house), and in the case of the present building, just steps away from Hyde Park.

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