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Is this £10m property the most expensive house in Kensal Green?

PUBLISHED: 15:37 26 February 2016 | UPDATED: 15:52 26 February 2016

The reception area (Pic: Foxtons)

The reception area (Pic: Foxtons)

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The newly developed church conversion is on the market for more than double the average cost of a property in the the area.

The converted church is for sale with a £10million price tag (Pic: Foxtons)The converted church is for sale with a £10million price tag (Pic: Foxtons)

A four-bedroom house in Kensal Green, NW10, has been placed on the market with a whopping £10million price tag.

But this is no ‘ordinary’ home – it’s a converted church in Kenmont Gardens with enviable features including full-height ceilings and a gym.

Other features include parquet floors with under floor heating, three walk-in wardrobes, iron staircases and striking stained glass windows.

The luxury Kensal Green property with the £10m price tag (Pic: Foxtons)The luxury Kensal Green property with the £10m price tag (Pic: Foxtons)

With a living space covering 6,167sq ft the house is priced at £1,621 per sq ft.

This is more than double the average cost of a detached property in Kensal Green, where property typically sells for £743 per sq ft and even more than the average £1,486 for detached homes in Hampstead according to property portal Zoopla.

No doubt this is the most expensive residential property to have gone up for sale in Kensal Green.

A spiral staircase leads to the first floor, past the stained glass window (Pic: Foxtons)A spiral staircase leads to the first floor, past the stained glass window (Pic: Foxtons)

So who would live in a house like this?

With its eye-popping price its fair to say it is out of reach for many people so maybe a celebrity of wealthy banker will snap it up.

With the buyer having to cough up an additional £1,113,750 for Stamp Duty the government will be quids in too.

The bathroom boasts an open, light space (Pic: Foxtons)The bathroom boasts an open, light space (Pic: Foxtons)

Plus the house appears to have no private parking so the new owner would have to pay Hammersmith & Fulham Council £119 a year for a permit to park on the street.

The church vestry next door, which has also had a very stylish contemporary re-fit, was on the market in 2014 for £2.5million.

The property is being marketed with Foxtons. For more details click here.

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