Stunning six bed mansion in Belgravia once home to 4th Earl of Lichfield is on sale for £45million

A magnificent Belgravia mansion once owned by the 4th Earl of Lichfield – the grandfather of the celebrated royal photographer Patrick Lichfield – has come on the market for £45 million. 

Positioned behind a gated driveway off Ebury Street, the 13,935 square foot, Grade-II listed Edwardian property was originally built in 1900-1901 and designed by architects Eustace Balfour and Hugh Thackery Turner.  

It is the largest house on Lygon Place – with six bedrooms and four reception rooms -…

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