Mozart’s London townhouse has just been bought for £7.5 million – take a look inside

2 April 2019, 17:12 | Updated: 4 April 2019, 12:34

The Grade I Listed Belgravia town house was built in 1730
The Grade I Listed Belgravia town house was built in 1730. Picture: Savills

By Sofia Rizzi

The house where Mozart composed his first symphony in 1764 boasts five bedrooms, an enormous garden and a guest house.

Just five weeks after it hit the market, the Georgian house which once served as Mozart’s summer home has been bought for almost £7.5 million.

The four-storey Belgravia townhouse is situated on Mozart Terrace, also known as Ebury Street, close to the affluent areas of Sloane Square and Victoria.

The Grade I listed building was built in 1730 and has a number of period features throughout its modern interior.

Living room
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Study
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Mozart spent the summer of 1764 in the house with his father and family. During this time he composed his first symphony, No. 1 in E flat major, at just eight years old.

The house has three bedroom suites, an outside office building with a shower room, a separate guest flat with a kitchenette and bedroom suite, and a separate staff bedroom suite.

View the floor plan on the Savills website >

The house also has a rare find in London: a 33-metre-long garden.

Guest house
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Bathroom
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The house was last sold in 2013 for £4.5 million, resulting in an astonishing £3 million increase in value over the past six years.

According to William Duckworth-Chad from Savills, there was significant interest in the property from local and foreign buyers, partly thanks to its former musical owner.

Bedroom
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Dining room
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