25 Kensington Gore, London,
This magnificent Grade II-listed 19th century mansion stands adjacent to a small plaza dominated by a statue of Lord Napier astride his horse. The property was built by Sir Samuel of Samuel Montague Bank from 1873-75, and employed one of the most famous architects of the time, Samuel Whitfield Daukes.
Visitors will see six stunning reception rooms including two white and gold Louis XVI drawing rooms, the dining room, which features Jacobean furniture and a tapestry of Queen Victoria, and the billiard room.
Located just moments from the Royal Albert Hall, this imposing mansion provides a wonderful experience for anyone interested in London’s history, period property, design and antiques. The estate’s features are simply exquisite and behind every door and corner sits another treasure just waiting to be revealed.
Ground and first floor of the house. Vistors will see six stunning reception rooms, the dining room and the billiard room.
The house is located on the corner of Queen’s Gate and Kensington Road. It is a 10-minute walk from either High Street Kensington or South Kensington tube station
Tea/coffee and sandwiches
There is a lift in the property but a few steps at the front of the house.