In the heart of London’s Chelsea, you’ll find historic Belle Vue House, that played host to many nobles. Built in 1777 on the original grounds of Beaufort House, the London home of the Duke of Beaufort, this mansion with rich history has been now listed for sale by Christie’s International Real Estate.
Some of the esteemed aristocratic tenants were Pre-Raphaelite painter William Bell Scott and Benjamin Disraeli, British statesman and novelist. Even the Queen Victoria visited the house, so the canopy over the front house was constructed special for her, how she could visit the statesman in privacy, protected from the elements.
Except that will get the house with rich history, new buyer will become proudly owner of 8,436 sq ft of interior space complete with a dramatic entrance hall and staircase, 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Offering breathtaking views over the River Thames, this stunning mansion also boasts a large rear garden with an ancient Mulberry tree, garaging for three cars, and off street parking. And, why to write more? Let the pictures speak for us!