A Grade II listed Charles Street mansion developed with the late fashion designer Gianni Versace in mind has just hit the market with a £15m price tag.
Number 50 was originally built in 1751-52 by John Philips and George Shakespear and owned by owned by various members of the aristocracy and wealthy merchants before being converted into offices after WWII. Reinstated as a single residence in 1994, it was offered up for sale and piqued the interest of wealthy buyers from all over the world, including a certain Italian fashion
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