This artist’s studio was built in the 1890s and once belonged to the England’s prima ballerina, Dame Margot Fonteyn. It’s in a need of complete restoration (hopefully retaining all it’s amazing detail) It is three levels with four large double bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large artist studio/reception with two-storey windows plus an office area and south-facing garden. The complex, calledSt Pauls Studios, was designed by Frederick Wheeler in 1891 and is near Kensington High Street. I’m so in love with this space. I only wish I had the means for this to be my London pied-à-terre. It’s offered at just over $2 million U.S..
(via The Guardian)