SOLD | Built 2019 | 14,332 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 7 Baths
East Road, St George’s Hill, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0LF
An elegant newly built brick mansion with classically inspired architecture and modern interiors suited for the 21st century has sold in St George’s Hill for an undisclosed amount. The property was on the market for £14.5 million. The 14,332 Sq. Ft. residence, known as Grosvenor House, sits on a lush estate with manicured gardens and grounds amongst some of the finest private homes in the United Kingdom. The property was developed by Charybdis Developments, who according to Robb Report, dug up almost 150,000 cubic feet of dirt to create a one-of-a-kind subterranean space complete with resort-style spa, fully fitted bar, walk-in wine room, home theatre and a 39-foot swimming pool. The brick and stone residence also includes a striking reception hall, open kitchen with adjacent breakfast and family room, a glass-walled family room and private study. On the upper floor is a luxurious master bedroom suite with his and hers en suites and a lovely dressing area. There is a balcony with views out to the garden. There are a further five bedroom suites on this floor. The rear garden forms a true feature of the property being beautifully landscaped with a generous patio area running across the back of the house and the main area of lawned garden which is surrounded by mature shrubs, trees, beds and borders. Grosvenor House was on the market for £14.5 million with Trevor Kearney and James Phillips of Savills. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.
St George’s Hill is a 964 acre estate in Weybridge, Surrey. The hill first served as a home and leisure location to celebrities and successful entrepreneurs on its division into lots in the 1910s and 1920s when Walter George Tarrant built its first homes. In a survey, most roads in the estate showed an average house sale price of over £4 million, with many properties selling for in excess of £15 million and a handful selling between £20 million & £30 million, meaning it is one of the most expensive and exclusive places to live in the UK and worldwide.