Ever wanted to live like a celebrity? This Hampstead home was designed by Claudio Silvestrin – a legendary architect who counts Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and Giorgio Armani as clients – and it’s just hit the market. Think minimalist interiors, swathes of glass and some pretty jaw-dropping features.
This Hampstead Mansion Was Designed By Kim Kardashian’s Personal Architect
Bringing LA style to the heart of Hampstead, this ultra-luxurious villa offers everything you might expect from a property designed by Kim Kardashian’s personal architect. Passenger lift? Check. Home cinema? Naturally. Two car garage with a James Bond-style car lift? Of course. Oh, and there’s a health spa (occupying an entire storey of the five-floor mansion) which encompasses a swimming pool, sauna, steam room, treatment room and a gym. All of this just might put the £17.25 million price tag into perspective.
Multi-award winning architect Claudio Silvestrin has previously worked on Kim and Kanye’s New York loft apartment, as well as advising Kim on the refurbishment of her Calabasas home – which was finished off with three cars (a Rolls Royce, a Lamborghini and a Maybach Sedan) chosen to perfectly match the colour palette of the building’s interiors. It’s A-List home design like you’ve never seen before.
While the Hampstead property doesn’t come with any sports cars, the interiors certainly don’t disappoint. The vast open-plan rooms boast full-height windows and high quality finishes including fine oak timber, oxidised brass surfaces, and yellow-ochre rock slab walls and floors sourced from the Italian Dolomites. There are six generous bedrooms, and every principal room in the house features a glass balustrade balcony or terrace. Outside, you’ll find a huge split-level garden with an entertaining and relaxation space designed by RHS Chelsea gold medal winner Chris Beardshaw.
If you’re after slick minimalism with more than a touch of luxury, this is the place for you – and it’s got Kim K’s stamp of approval.
Available through Beauchamp Estates for £17.25 million. For more information, visit beauchamp.com