Audley House on Audley Square, London for rent

Audley House on Audley Square, London for rent

Audley House, 3 Audley Square ¿ Grade II listed 8,346sqft Audley House is one of the most expensive rental properties ever to be released onto the London lettings market ¿ The mansion is available to let for £15,000 per week, which equates to £65,000 per month; £780,000 per annum or £3.9 million over five years ¿ The tenant will need to pay a deposit (equivalent to 6 week’s rent) and one month’s rent “up front” which equates to a fee of £150,000 (equivalent to purchasing a studio flat in outer London) ¿ Agent Wetherell highlight that the “uber-luxury pad” would be perfect for a Hollywood movie star, rock god, business tycoon or exiled/holidaying super-rich Royal ¿ Fully dressed and ready to move into tomorrow, the mansion provides four opulent reception rooms, five VIP bedroom suites, family kitchen/breakfast room, gymnasium, private walled garden and 353 sqft garage One of the most expensive rental properties ever to be released onto the London lettings market has just been unveiled by Mayfair estate agent Wetherell. Audley House on Mayfair’s Audley Square is a magnificent Grade II listed Georgian mansion providing 8,346 sqft of uber-luxurious accommodation over six floors including four opulently reception rooms, five VIP bedroom suites, family kitchen/breakfast room, gymnasium, private walled garden and 353 sqft garage. Fully furnished/dressed; cleaned daily and with a huge inventory list of all its luxurious furniture, fixture and fittings, the Audley House mansion is available for tenants to move in tomorrow. The mansion is available to let for £15,000 per week, which equates to £65,000 per month; £780,000 per annum or £3.9 million over five years. In addition, the tenant will need to pay a deposit (equivalent to 6 week’s rent) and one month’s rent “up front” which equates to a fee of £150,000 (equivalent to purchasing a studio flat in outer London). Wetherell highlight that in return, the lucky tenant will be moving into one of the most luxurious and glamorous Mayfair mansions ever released onto the London lettings market. The property would be perfect for a Hollywood movie star, rock god, business tycoon or exiled/holidaying super-rich Royal. The mansion has been interior designed and dressed to provide the ultimate in luxury living. Antique crystal chandeliers, grand fireplaces, bespoke furniture, comfort cooling, restored period features and state-of-the-art security and audio/entertainment technology are incorporated throughout. The grand entrance hall has hand painted silk wallpaper, restored original ceilings and a sweeping “Scarlett O Hara style” staircase. There is a luxuriously appointed private passenger lift with access to all floors. On the ground floor is a magnificent 14-16 seater formal dining room with antique chandelier and mirrors and walls paneled in flush velvet and a large reception room dressed with period paintings and cosy oversized sofas and feature chairs. On the first floor there are two further reception rooms, one styled with Ralph Lauren wall fabrics and the other with the finest silk wallpaper. Providing 1,500 sqft of luxurious space, the master bedroom suite spans the entire depth of the mansion and is the size of a conventional two bedroom flat. In addition to the master bedroom, there is a vast walk-in dressing room lined with bespoke wardrobes and a central dressing island/display case and a “spa-style” master ensuite with marble bathtub, huge walk in shower, twin hand basins and an array of bespoke mirrored paneled cabinets. There are four further VIP bedroom suites, each with luxurious marble bathrooms. The mirrored private gymnasium is on the top floor of the mansion and is equipped with running, cycling, heavy weight and other exercise machines complete with wall-mounted TV. The family kitchen/breakfast room on the lower ground floor opens onto the private walled garden. The accommodation is complete with staff quarters, wine cellar, storage facilities and a 353 sqft garage which can accommodate two large cars/limousines. Peter Wetherell, Managing Director of Wetherell said: “In Mayfair, large townhouses and mansions of the size, quality and luxury of Audley House will typically have a weekly lettings value of anywhere from £15,000 to £20,000 per week, so in our marketplace these figures are quite standard and nothing unusual for our UHNW clients. Taking into perspective that a client could have assets of £500 million or £1 billion spending £720,000 per annum to rent a mansion in Mayfair is literally short-change.” For further information on sales, lettings and new developments in Mayfair contact Wetherell on Tel: 020 7529 5566 or visit: www.wetherell.co.uk