Grade II-listed £8m Mayfair property hides a secret shisha lounge in the ...

Grade II-listed £8m Mayfair property hides a secret shisha lounge in the ...
Grade II-listed £8m Mayfair property hides a secret shisha lounge in the ...

A traditional Georgian townhouse that has its own shisha lounge hidden below ground has gone on the market for nearly £8million.

The current owner of the Grade II listed property in London's Mayfair spends most of his time in Dubai and has put it up for sale for £7.925m.

But he decided to put the shisha lounge in when he had the home refurbished about three years ago.

It was created in a vaulted storage room underground at the front of the four bedroom house.

The Grade II listed home looks like all the others in its street from the outside in the expensive area of Mayfair in London

The Grade II listed home looks like all the others in its street from the outside in the expensive area of Mayfair in London

Hidden below ground level it has its very own shisha lounge for smokers to light up and enjoy the atmosphere down under

Hidden below ground level it has its very own shisha lounge for smokers to light up and enjoy the atmosphere down under

This living room area in the near £8million property boasts a comfy corner sofa, flat screen television and chandelier

This living room area in the near £8million property boasts a comfy corner sofa, flat screen television and chandelier

The large windows in the living room allow sunlight to cascade through the glass and illuminate the huge area

The large windows in the living room allow sunlight to cascade through the glass and illuminate the huge area

Even the staircase looks expensive with ornate designs creating the full luxurious effect leading away from the living room

Even the staircase looks expensive with ornate designs creating the full luxurious effect leading away from the living room

Most of the Georgian properties in the area have the vaults, but most are used for storage or as a utility room.

Park Street, which is the longest street on the Grosvenor Estate, has a long history of being inhabited by British aristocrats, including Baron John Dewar, founder of the whisky giant Dewar's, and James Matthews, hedge fund manager and husband of Pippa Middleton.

The property has 2,519 sq ft of accommodation over five floors. The ground floor has an entrance hall, dining room, kitchen and conservatory with a large living room on the first floor.

The lower ground floor has a TV room, utility room and a bedroom with an en suite, as well as the two vaults, one of which is the shisha lounge.

The house is decorated in a tasteful pink and creme shading range and has been kept up to an exquisite high standard

The house is decorated in a tasteful pink and creme shading range and has been kept up to an exquisite high standard 

One of the four bedrooms looks like a deluxe hotel with a huge bed and plush comfortable under foot carpets throughout

One of the four bedrooms looks like a deluxe hotel with

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