Apartment that was once home to Princess Diana’s bridesmaid goes on the market for £5.25m
A beautiful apartment in Knightsbridge, which was once home to Princess Diana’s bridesmaid, Sarah-Jane Gaselee, is up for sale for £5.25 million.
When she was just 11 years old, Sarah-Jane Gaselee took the spotlight as one of Princess Diana’s five bridesmaids during her wedding to Prince Charles in 1981.
Her father, celebrated racehorse trainer Nick Gaselee, had trained Prince Charles to be a jump jockey, and Sarah-Jane reportedly considered the late princess her “big sister” and they kept in touch for years.
Now Sarah-Jane’s former family home, located in the coveted Cadogan Square in Knightsbridge, London, is up for sale and offers potential investors rental income of up to £1,000 a night.
The stunning Knightsbridge house (pictured) of Princess Diana’s bridesmaid, Sarah-Jane Gaselee, is up for sale for £5.25 million – offering potential investors the impressive rental income of up to £1,000 a night
Marketed with UK Sotheby’s International Realty, the beautiful Lateral Apartment located in Cadogan Square (pictured), built between 1877 and 1888, is one of the most expensive places to live in London
The property previously consisted of two apartments that have been broken through and reconfigured to form one large residence with high ceilings (photo), a double street entrance and a private patio garden
The large patio (pictured) has two entrances to the apartment and features its own greenery to give it a garden-like feel.
The lateral apartment has a bar area (shown) with a wall mounted moose head. It is a six minute walk from Sloane Square tube station and a stone’s throw from the Victoria and Albert museum
The beautiful property covers a total of 3005 sqm and features four double bedrooms with en-suite bedrooms, a double reception room, a dining room, as well as a TV room, steam room and coffee bar
Sarah-Jane Gaselee (pictured second to left) was just 11 years old when she was thrust into the limelight as one of Princess Diana’s five bridesmaids during her 1981 wedding to Prince Charles
The stunning property, being sold with UK Sotheby’s International Realty, features four en-suite double bedrooms and could generate an impressive rental income of up to £1,000 per night.
UK Sotheby’s said they recently had a 10-week short lease for the apartment at £1,000 a night and believe the apartment can rent between £3,500 and £4,000 a week for a long-term lease, ie just over six months.
Formerly two apartments that have been broken up and reconfigured to form one large residence, the property boasts high ceilings, a double street entrance and its own private patio garden and access to the private communal garden square.
The Lateral Apartment is just a six minute walk from Sloane Square Tube Station and a stone’s throw from the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Cadogan Square was built between 1877 and 1888 and is one of the most expensive places to live in London.
The main bathrooms have a bath and shower (pictured) in addition to a wall mounted toilet and wash basin to give it a modern feel. The bathroom has a large mirror to make the room look bigger
The hallway features a long wooden floor (shown) to give the side house a rustic look. The area is beautifully lit with bright circular lights with a gold mesh border
The rear entrance to the property has a beautiful sage and burnt red decorated tile design (pictured) leading to the patio. The large black door matches the windows and gives the building an extra luxurious feeling
The large double rooms are bright spaces to make use of the many windows and have an adjoining en-suite to give each room an exclusive feel. The bedrooms also have the high ceilings and a fireplace (photo)
With access to a private communal garden square in Knightsbridge, buyers can relax in their own little slice of tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of central London – which is surrounded by trees to give a sense of privacy (pictured)
The apartment floor plan shows the property has its own steam room and bar in addition to a study area, allowing potential buyers to work from the comfort of their own home
The modern property has crisp white walls to keep the rooms bright and accentuate the large windows.
The beautiful property covers a total of 3005 square meters and features four double rooms with en-suite bedrooms, a double reception room, a dining room, as well as a TV room, steam room and coffee bar.
Sarah-Jane and her ex-partner Paul Andrews, film producer, have bought and renovated six properties in London in the past. She also sells the idyllic mansion, the Bellevue Plantation and Polo Estate, St. Michael, Barbados, where she designed all the interiors and sourced everything on the island.
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