Princess Beatrice's husband Edoardo Mapello Mozzi has just listed a stunning townhouse with a hefty price tag. The property has had a stylish refurb and its sale might hint at their potential escape to the country after welcoming their baby daughter.
- Princess Beatrice's husband Edo founded a property and interior design practice back in 2007.
- The townhouse is part of huge development in London's swanky Notting Hill.
- In other royal news, Young Prince Charles smiles in throwback photo tribute to 'inspirational' headteacher Betty Campbell
Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo welcomed their baby girl on September 18, 2021 and only weeks later—he's saying bye-bye to another baby.
This baby, however, is bricks and mortar as the property developer sells the last remaining units in his 13-19 Leinster Square in Bayswater, west London. The five-year-long project saw a 50,000 sq ft building transformed into 15 luxury homes.
The development, comprised of five maisonettes, eight lateral apartments, and two new-build penthouses, has already sold ten units—according to the Times.
One of the remaining properties, townhouse no 3, is listed for $14.875M (£11M).
Although many wonder where do Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapello Mozzi live, this particular property isn't believed to have been one of their residences—which have included St James' Palace.
Before the happy couple welcomed their daughter, the latest addition to the Queen's 12 great-grandchildren, it was reported that they were set to move into a $3.5m country retreat.
These reports haven't been confirmed and in light of the news that one pretty impressive property in need of a little refurb is on the market—this might be ideal for the stylish couple.
Prince Charles and Camilla are to welcome new neighbors for the first time in 70 years, as a nearby property hit the market, which might be music to the property developer's ears! Free babysitters anybody?
What's absolutely set in stone, or should we say Italian marble, is Edo's stylish and instantly recognizable aesthetic.
Edo founded a company, BANDA, dedicated to property and interior design, back in 2007. The company's stylish aesthetics have seen it mentioned in the highest echelons of the interior design world—including Architectural Digest, House&Garden, and Vogue.
Since it was founded, Banda has managed to develop a remarkable £600M worth of London property.
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