£10 Million Duplex with Ties to Famed Archaeologist Lists in London

  • By Bertie Russell
  • 29 November 2017

A duplex in a London building that was once home to Howard Carter, an archaeologist and discoverer of King Tutankhamun’s tomb, hit the market earlier this month with an asking price of £9.75 million ($13.07 million).

Right next to the Royal Albert Hall and the Royal College of Music in the English capital’s Kensington district — known for its Victorian buildings, embassies and museums — the Grade II-listed building, Albert Court, was one of London’s first purpose-built mansion blocks, according to a news release Wednesday.

Read the original article in full on the Mansion Global website.


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