London, Nov 2, 2012: Luxury on sale! The world's most expensive four-storey palatial house, in London's plush locality, is up for grabs at a £ 100 million.
One Cornwall Terrace is a Grade 1 listed mansion overlooking Regent's Park in London. The property is spread across 21,500sqft and boasts seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms and 11 reception rooms, the Daily Mail said.
It is being marketed by Savills with an asking price of £100 million, 4,651 per sqft, making it one of the most expensive houses ever put up for sale in England.
At this price, the buyer would have to pay £7 million in stamp duty alone.
Cornwall Terrace was originally designed and built in the 1820s by renowned architect Decimus Burton with the project overseen by the acclaimed John Nash.