The Mayfair property that Alexander McQueen was planning to renovate and call home is set to hit the property market three years after the designer took his own life. The apartment is located in the heart of the capital, on Dunraven Street. Its a 2500 sq.ft three bedroom pad, two of which have their own private courtyard plus en suite bathrooms.
The year after McQueen was found hanged after committing suicide in 2010, the property was snapped up by property development company Aspire, funded by a specialist loan from Dragonfly Property Finance. Once home to the author PG Wodehouse as well as a grandson of Queen Victoria, the property is about to go on the market through estate agent Knight Frank for £7.25 million. [Source: Daily Mail]