Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi is an English property developer by profession – but you probably know him from his relation to the British royal family. That’s right, the 37-year-old is the spouse of the Queen’s granddaughter, Princess Beatrice.
The new dad also happens to be the chief executive officer and founder of the interior design and property development company, Banda Property.
The Beauty of Mozzi
The recently completed residence has been listed on the market by Edoardo with a $13.4 million price tag. Mapelli Mozzi focuses on bringing extraordinariness and admiration to his creations.
That being said, each and every property under the company’s collection found all over the country is one of a kind, having its own unmatched elegance – and such is the case with this beautiful $13.4 million townhouse that “Edo” just finished working on.
Inside Mozzi’s Latest Creation
The stunning living residence is located in one of the highly desired areas of London, Leinster Square. Sitting on the peak of Notting Hill’s well-known pastel-hued homes, this incredible townhouse has become quite an addition to the already amazing portfolio of the company.
The 4,250-square-yard dwelling comprises a total of 3 bedrooms, offering a bright and lively vibe through and through. Edo chose for the color palette of the house to have a mix between creamy earth tones and dramatic black marble around some areas. Like any gorgeous house, the best part about this townhouse is the decor.
Edo desired to give the house a modern feel without harming its historic bones, so he and his team decidedly gave the inside of the house some TLC while the circa 1850 Grade II-listed exterior was kept and restored.
Some highly contemporary areas of the home include a cinema on the lower level that is accented with alluringly curved brass sconces by Allied Maker. The walls within are dressed in an amaretto-tone suede.
The stunning home also features a bar area that boasts a lot of beautiful artwork, including a black and white photograph taken by David Yarrow called ‘no country for old men” and a piece titled ‘we must be careful’ by The Conner Brothers.