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Gucci’s Former London Headquarters Offered as £55 Million Mansion

  • Property is now a residential mansion also available for rent
  • London’s luxury property market is bouncing back post-lockdown
The property’s main reception room has 20 foot ceilings with gold-leaf detailing by renowned plasterer Joseph Rose.
The property’s main reception room has 20 foot ceilings with gold-leaf detailing by renowned plasterer Joseph Rose.Photographer; Tom St. Aubyn Photography

Gucci’s former London headquarters is being offered for sale for £55 million ($66.6 million) after being transformed into the most expensive house currently on the market in the capital’s Mayfair district. 

The house, also available to lease for £40,000 a week, includes eight bedrooms, a garden terrace, a swimming pool, conservatory and sun room.