Abramovich London Home

The latest addition to Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich’s ever-growing property portfolio is the luxurious £150 million home in Lowndes Square in London. The Russian billionaire, has bought all nine flats of a prime London block by Harvey Nichols and Harrods. His new eight-bedroom building is spread across two stucco-fronted properties and has three stories underground. The palatial property features a swimming pool, staff apartments and 30,000 square feet of space. The house is over five stories above ground and three basement levels.

The lavish amenities include a cinema/entertainment room, an indoor pool, steam room and sauna, and a children’s study and entertainment room. The six family bedrooms and two guest suites will be equipped with en suite bathrooms.

The flats were bought over a number of years, a strategy we have used for many of our clients.  Where a preferred location is required and gradually and discreetly the properties are purchased.

Som of the Abramovich’s other luxurious possessions include a luxury flat at the new Bridges Wharf, a spectacular £18 million country estate in Fyning Hill, West Sussex, a villa in the South of France, a palaticla house in Tuscany, a hotel complex in Cyprus, a holiday home in Montenegro, a house in Moscow and the $90 million estate in St. Bart’s.