Live in the historic London building where archaeologist Howard Carter resided

  • By Bertie Russell
  • 20 December 2017

Located next to the Royal Albert Court in London, Albert Court is a Grade II–listed Victorian building with a fascinating history: It was used as a Royal Air Force base during World War II, and British archaeologist Howard Carter—remembered as the man who discovered Tutankhamun’s tomb — lived there for several years until his death in 1939.

Now, a striking duplex apartment is currently available at the posh property, giving history buffs a chance to live in the same building where the revered archaeologist resided. The five-bedroom apartment is made up of two separate units that were combined to offer 4,340 square feet of living space. Set on the first and second floors of the building, the timeless residence features chandeliers, high ceilings, hardwood floors, a fireplace, and a balcony facing the Royal College of Music.

See the full property details here.

Read the original article on the Robb Report website.


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