An impressive seven-storey mansion once home to Sting and his wife Trudie Styler has hit the market for nearly £13million – and comes complete with two roof terraces, a lift and stunning views over St James’s Park.

Located moments from Parliament Square, on Old Queen Street in Westminster, London, the grade II listed Georgian mansion was rented by the British A-lister couple for two and a half years whilst renovating their property on nearby Queen Anne’s Gate, according to the current owners.  

Originally constructed in 1775, the townhouse is arranged over seven spacious floors, boasting a landscaped rear garden, a terrace overlooking St James’s park and roof terrace with far-reaching views across Whitehall and the London Eye.

It’s on sale with Beauchamp Estates for £12,950,000 and offers five bedrooms, six bathrooms, as well as a grand drawing room, contemporary kitchen and a formal dining space. 

An impressive seven-storey mansion (pictured is the living room) once home to Sting and his wife Trudie Styler has hit the market for nearly £13million - and comes complete with two roof terraces, a lift and stunning views over St James's Park

An impressive seven-storey mansion (pictured is the living room) once home to Sting and his wife Trudie Styler has hit the market for nearly £13million – and comes complete with two roof terraces, a lift and stunning views over St James’s Park

Located moments from Parliament Square, on Old Queen Street in Westminster, London, the grade II listed Georgian mansion (pictured is the dining room) was rented by the British A-lister couple for two and a half years whilst renovating their property on nearby Queen Anne's Gate, according to the current owners

Located moments from Parliament Square, on Old Queen Street in Westminster, London, the grade II listed Georgian mansion (pictured is the dining room) was rented by the British A-lister couple for two and a half years whilst renovating their property on nearby Queen Anne’s Gate, according to the current owners

Originally constructed in 1775, the townhouse (pictured is the main bedroom) is arranged over seven spacious floors, boasting a landscaped rear garden, a terrace overlooking St James¿s park and roof terrace with far-reaching views across Whitehall and the London Eye

Originally constructed in 1775, the townhouse (pictured is the main bedroom) is arranged over seven spacious floors, boasting a landscaped rear garden, a terrace overlooking St James’s park and roof terrace with far-reaching views across Whitehall and the London Eye

It's on sale with Beauchamp Estates for £12,950,000 and offers five bedrooms, six bathrooms, as well as a grand drawing room, contemporary kitchen (pictured) and a formal dining space

It’s on sale with Beauchamp Estates for £12,950,000 and offers five bedrooms, six bathrooms, as well as a grand drawing room, contemporary kitchen (pictured) and a formal dining space

The Old Queen Street townhouse (pictured centre) was originally constructed in 1775, with records of a mansion on site since the 1690s and the first recorded resident in 1696 being Sir William Honywood, 2nd Baronet and a politician

The Old Queen Street townhouse (pictured centre) was originally constructed in 1775, with records of a mansion on site since the 1690s and the first recorded resident in 1696 being Sir William Honywood, 2nd Baronet and a politician

Passionate about property, Sting and Trudie's (pictured together in January 2020) notable homes, past and present, include Lake House, an Elizabethan country house in Wiltshire, a duplex in Manhattan once owned by Billy Joel, a villa in Tuscany, and an apartment at Battersea Power Station

Passionate about property, Sting and Trudie’s (pictured together in January 2020) notable homes, past and present, include Lake House, an Elizabethan country house in Wiltshire, a duplex in Manhattan once owned by Billy Joel, a villa in Tuscany, and an apartment at Battersea Power Station

Passionate about property, Sting and Trudie’s notable homes, past and present, include Lake House, an Elizabethan country house in Wiltshire, a duplex in Manhattan once owned by Billy Joel, a villa in Tuscany, and an apartment at Battersea Power Station. 

Living at Old Queen Street appeared to have been ideal for the couple – who have been married since 1992 – whilst renovating the Queen Anne’s Gate property, with the two within a few minutes’ walking distance.

The Old Queen Street townhouse was originally constructed in 1775, with records of a mansion on site since the 1690s and the first recorded resident in 1696 being Sir William Honywood, 2nd Baronet and a politician. 

The 5,901 sq. ft. townhouse has a smart brick exterior and blends contemporary designed spaces with beautiful period details that have been carefully preserved – including several marble fireplaces and intricate cornicing – while the high ceilings and Georgian sash windows give a light and spacious feel to the rooms.

Upon entering the raised ground floor, there is a large formal dining room with a ten-seat dining table and grand marble fireplace, with doors leading onto a private terrace. 

The 5,901 sq. ft. townhouse has a smart brick exterior and blends contemporary designed spaces (pictured) with beautiful period details that have been carefully preserved - including several marble fireplaces and intricate cornicing - while the high ceilings and Georgian sash windows give a light and spacious feel to the rooms

The 5,901 sq. ft. townhouse has a smart brick exterior and blends contemporary designed spaces (pictured) with beautiful period details that have been carefully preserved – including several marble fireplaces and intricate cornicing – while the high ceilings and Georgian sash windows give a light and spacious feel to the rooms

Upon entering the raised ground floor, there is a large formal dining room with a ten-seat dining table and grand marble fireplace, with doors leading onto a private terrace (pictured)

Upon entering the raised ground floor, there is a large formal dining room with a ten-seat dining table and grand marble fireplace, with doors leading onto a private terrace (pictured)

A reception room also features on this floor, which overlooks the quiet street, as well as a separate study, while a lift gives access to the other parts of the home (pictured is the kitchen)

A reception room also features on this floor, which overlooks the quiet street, as well as a separate study, while a lift gives access to the other parts of the home (pictured is the kitchen)

On the upper floors, there are a further four guest bedrooms (pictured), two of which are en suite, with the fourth floor a play room or additional study space which opens onto a roof terrace

On the upper floors, there are a further four guest bedrooms (pictured), two of which are en suite, with the fourth floor a play room or additional study space which opens onto a roof terrace 

A reception room also features on this floor, which overlooks the quiet street, as well as a separate study, while a lift gives access to the other parts of the home. 

The townhouse’s elegant drawing room is on the ground floor, with three large sash windows overlooking St James’s Park and a historic green marble fireplace. 

A bedroom suite occupies the first floor, complete with a spacious bedroom overlooking the park, two reading nooks, a balcony and an en suite bathroom featuring a freestanding bathtub. 

On the upper floors, there are a further four guest bedrooms, two of which are en suite, with the fourth floor a play room or additional study space which opens onto a roof terrace.

The townhouse's elegant drawing room is on the ground floor, with three large sash windows overlooking St James's Park and a historic green marble fireplace. Pictured, a balcony featured in the home

The townhouse’s elegant drawing room is on the ground floor, with three large sash windows overlooking St James’s Park and a historic green marble fireplace. Pictured, a balcony featured in the home

Gary Hersham, Founding Director of Beauchamp Estates, said : 'Old Queen Street (pictured) is a beautiful Georgian townhouse with elegant living space and great acoustics'

He added: '[It is] the perfect home for any music mogul or performer looking for exceptional entertaining space.'

Gary Hersham, Founding Director of Beauchamp Estates, said : ‘Old Queen Street (pictured) is a beautiful Georgian townhouse with elegant living space and great acoustics, the perfect home for any music mogul or performer looking for exceptional entertaining space.’

A bedroom suite occupies the first floor, complete with a spacious bedroom overlooking the park, two reading nooks, a balcony and an en suite bathroom featuring a freestanding bathtub (pictured)

A bedroom suite occupies the first floor, complete with a spacious bedroom overlooking the park, two reading nooks, a balcony and an en suite bathroom featuring a freestanding bathtub (pictured)

Located on the lower ground floor (pictured is the hallway) is the contemporary-style kitchen with an island, opening onto a breakfast room, which leads onto the private rear garden with gate access to Birdcage Walk and St James's Park behind

Located on the lower ground floor (pictured is the hallway) is the contemporary-style kitchen with an island, opening onto a breakfast room, which leads onto the private rear garden with gate access to Birdcage Walk and St James’s Park behind

Located on the lower ground floor is the large contemporary-style kitchen with an island, opening onto a breakfast room, which leads onto the private rear garden with gate access to Birdcage Walk and St James’s Park behind.

Gary Hersham, Founding Director of Beauchamp Estates, said : ‘Old Queen Street is a beautiful Georgian townhouse with elegant living space and great acoustics, the perfect home for any music mogul or performer looking for exceptional entertaining space.’

Paul Finch, New Homes Director at Beauchamp Estates, said: ‘Old Queen Street offers extensive living space, ideal for buyers searching for a grand family home. 

‘This townhouse offers a variety of outside living spaces, with private terraces and a rear garden, an enviable asset in this central Westminster location and a key feature for buyers in this current climate.’ 



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